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Wall Street Journal  Sep 29  Comment 
Sweden’s Spotify has joined other online music providers trying to crack the Japanese market, where compact discs still dominate.
Biomass Magazine  Sep 28  Comment 
Global Bioenergies, Preem, Sekab and Sveaskog announced they have joined forces to develop a high-performance fuel made from forest resources. The consortium has signed a agreement to carry out a conceptual scope study for a facility in Sweden.
newratings.com  Sep 27  Comment 
STOCKHOLM (dpa-AFX) - Sweden's producer prices continued to decline in August, though at a slower rate than in the previous month, figures from Statistics Sweden showed Tuesday. The producer price index dropped 0.3 percent year-over-year in...
newratings.com  Sep 27  Comment 
STOCKHOLM (dpa-AFX) - Sweden's retail sales grew at a faster-than-expected pace in August, marking the first increase in three months, preliminary data from Statistics Sweden showed Tuesday. Retail sales rose a seasonally adjusted 0.6...
newratings.com  Sep 27  Comment 
STOCKHOLM (dpa-AFX) - Sweden's foreign trade deficit increased in August from a year ago, as exports fell and imports rose, preliminary figures from Statistics Sweden showed Tuesday. The trade deficit widened to SEK 10.3 billion in August...
Clusterstock  Sep 25  Comment 
The global economy is baffling economists, particularly those employed at central banks. Government mints have printed a vast amount of (electronic) money, and according to the textbooks the planet right now should look like the Weimar Republic in...
NPR  Sep 22  Comment 
A Swedish biologist wants to change the genes of healthy human embryos to find ways to treat infertility and other diseases. The experiments intensify ethical questions about genetic engineering.
Reuters  Sep 22  Comment 
Mobile telecoms equipment maker Ericsson plans to close the last of its Swedish manufacturing sites as part of planned savings, cutting about 3,000 jobs, Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet reported.
BBC News  Sep 20  Comment 
Sweden hopes to encourage people to repair broken goods by using tax incentives.
BBC News  Sep 20  Comment 
The Swedish government hopes that the lure of tax cuts will prompt some people to get more things repaired instead of just throwing them away.




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