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“The court finds that the restriction is justified by the public interest objective of promoting the use of renewable energy sources in order to protect the environment and combat climate change”.
Swedish defense firm buys marine defense unit of ThyssenKrupp.
Asian firms plan to data centers near the Arctic Circle.
New report shows that many teachers do not feel that the importance of their role is recognised.
Nevs: "It's about the continued funding of the business".
"The evacuation of Chinese citizens from Viet Nam in May 2014 and a possible new evacuation from Iraq in the next few days are just two recent examples which demonstrate that, for China, protecting its overseas interests is becoming an increasingly complex challenge", write SIPRI’s Mathieu Duchâtel, Oliver Bräuner and Zhou Hang.
Amazon expands with Stockholm as Nordic base.
Although Swedish mortgages are inherently low risk, the excessive household lending growth of the past two decades carries risks for the wider economy.
With a business friendly environment and cutting edge information and communication technology, Sweden has been ranked as of the most prepared places in the world to apply the benefits of ICT to promote economic growth and well-being.
"Our aim is to engage the listeners in the choice of music".
"Using a card for payment is second nature to all of us, so it remains extraordinary that millions of small companies and traders are still locked out of this system by their size”.
Löfven: “The Riksbank has not fulfilled the inflation target”.
The new promotional film for Stockholm by the illusionist Charlie Caper is a jaw-dropping experience.
"While the overall number of nuclear weapons in the world continues to decline, none of the nuclear weapon-possessing states are prepared to give up their nuclear arsenals".
Anand Mahindra on the lookout for potential western acquisitions.
After an overnight meeting hosted by Swedish Prime Minister, Merkel and Cameron were still at loggerheads.
"We have been looking for him since 2012," said Carolina Ekeus, spokeswoman at the Swedish National Police Board. "He was given eight months in jail so he has to serve his sentence."
“Denmark is making the long hard pull to leave the crisis behind”.