FINLAND -- Reports this week that Finland's new prime minister was proposing a four-day workweek of just six hours per day might have seemed too good to be true.
And, according to the country's government, it was.
On Tuesday, the official Twitter account for the government of Finland issued a statement refuting the report.
The government explained that Prime Minister Sanna Marin "envisioned the idea briefly in a panel discussion last August."
At the time, Marin was the Minister of Transport.
"There hasn't been any recent activity," the statement concluded.
In her previous comments, Marin said it would allow Finlandians to spend more time with their families and enjoy hobbies.