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SIPRI: Why do fragile and conflict-affected states, including the states collectively known as, matter?
Finance Minister urges opposition lawmakers to end threats that they may block the minority coalition’s budget proposal.
Sweden’s state-owned utility Vattenfall ditches plans to expand two coal mines in the northeast of Germany.
Stefan Löfven is keeping open the option of a broader coalition.
Ireland wants to replace the more expensive IMF loans with cheaper market funding.
There’s a risk with too high indebtedness and we see that household debt is increasing: Stefan Löfven.
“What we are doing is what is to be expected from a military and political alliance: We are preparing ourselves for what we hope will not happen, we are preparing ourselves for the worst”: Norway.
"The agreement between China and US on climate emissions is certainly a very positive step forward".
Over 50’s reveal their number one financial mistake is not saving enough for their retirement, according to an international survey carried out by one of the world’s largest independent advisory.
Stockholm based think-tank: the Process is beset by a number of internal and external challenges.
“The Swedish economy is relatively strong and economic activity is continuing to improve. But inflation is too low".
"The key challenge will be to sustain the momentum of the international community by reminding it that global health and public security are mutually dependent": SIPRI
“Some people may believe a 21-day home quarantine is a burden”
"Changing the outlook on TeliaSonera's ratings to negative reflects our expectation that the company will incur negative free cash flow".
"Today, I can also report that there have been two further observations which were made by members of the public that are interesting enough to require further follow-up work": Admiral.
Bitcoin’s price collapsed from a high of more than $1,000 to lows of around $300 earlier this month.
Swedish military has been searching the sea since Friday.
"There is a growing public pressure in several countries".
The deal goes back to the peace agreement in Paris in 1947.
Finland blames Apple for troubled economy -- 'The iPhone killed Nokia and the iPad killed the paper industry'
Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb pointed to Apple as a major reason for the decline of the country.