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Iceland government crisis over Icesave bank deal

Iceland's health minister has resigned over a controversial deal to compensate British and Dutch savers over the collapse of the online Icesave bank, bringing the government to near collapse.

Icelanders oppose Icesave repayment to UK

 

Denmark's economy fell more than expected

The Danish economy shrank by 2.6 percent in the second quarter.

 

'No one will drag Swedish companies to China'

"China is expected to continue growing at a fast pace, the question is now whether Swedish companies are allocating enough resources for taking part in this journey", writes Mats Bergman, Trade Commissioner at the Swedish Trade Council in Beijing.

 

India drops Swedish arms scandal case

India is dropping a graft arms scandal case involving 1.3 billion dollars of bribes from Swedish firm Bofors.

 

Bidders smash estimates at Bergman's life auction


Movie buffs, collectors and Ingmar Bergman fans gathered in Stockholm on Monday to bid for the legendary filmmaker's personal items, with many going for more than 10 times their estimate.

Cinema fans revel as Bergman items on auction

 

Finnish recession to deepen

Finland's economy will contract by 7.2 percent in 2009.

Finland's economy expected to grow

 

New probe of 1994 Baltic ferry disaster rejected

Estonia's Prime Minister Andrus Ansip Monday rejected calls for a new inquiry into the 1994 Baltic Sea ferry disaster that claimed 852 lives, amid enduring claims of a cover-up.

 

EU to beef up maritime surveillance

EU nations will beef up maritime surveillance along Europe's coastlines, Swedish Defence Minister Sten Tolgfors said.

Sweden calls for rethink on EU battle groups

 

'Top dogs' at school have better health

Children who are the most popular and powerful at school also enjoy better health in adult life compared to counterparts at the bottom end of the pecking order, said a Swedish study.

 

How ‘awful’ Swedish socialism can boost business


OPINION A look at Swedish socialism will help business leaders to ask fundamental questions about leadership and values, writes Alan Webber, founder of Fast Company and author of Rules of Thumb.

 

Six held over Swedish chopper robbery

Six men have been arrested over a dramatic helicopter raid on a Swedish cash storage depot, in which millions of dollars were stolen.

 

Sonia Rykiel to design for H&M

Sweden fashion clothing group H&M announced Monday that French fashion designer Sonia Rykiel will design clothing and lingerie for the store's winter and spring collections.

H&M profit stronger than expected

 

Insider violation case kicked off in Sweden

One of Europe’s biggest cases on insider violations kicked off in a Stockholm court on Monday.

 

Sweden’s Left party to ditch anti-EU stance


Lars Ohly, leader of the Left party, said it’s time to accept the EU membership after a long standing opposition.

 

Suspects over helicopter robbery detained

Several people have been arrested in connection with the Hollywood-style helicopter raid against a cash depot in Stockholm.

Robbers attack money depot by helicopter

 

Icelandic inflation slowes down

Icelandic inflation eased slightly in September to 10.8 percent.

 

Cinema fans revel as Bergman items on auction

Movie buffs, art collectors and Ingmar Bergman fans will be able to put their hands on the legendary Swedish film-maker's personal items when they go under the hammer Monday in Stockholm.

 

VisitDenmark director quits over criticized video

A senior Danish tourism official has resigned after a row over a 'promiscuous' promotional video aimed at attracting visitors.

 

Iceland plans huge whale meat export to Japan


Iceland's fin whaling company plans a huge export of about 1,500 tonnes of whale meat, mainly to Japan.

 

Nokia caught up in Brazil brand name row

Nokia, the world's top mobile phone maker, is in a court battle in Brazil over its Ovi brand, which a Brazilian telecoms company called Ouvi claims is too similar to its name.

•  Nokia strikes back against 'smart' enemies

 

Norwegian oil firm DNO oil shares recover

Shares in Norwegian oil firm DNO rallied on Friday after a minister in the Kurdish area of Iraq said a suspension in the company's activities there in a row over stock trading would not be permanent.

DNO oil shares slump on Kurdish wrangle

 

Emerging economies must curb emission growth


Major emerging economies such as China and India must turn public pronouncements on limiting greenhouse gases into "concrete actions," said the Swedish Environment Minister Andreas Carlgren.

'Not a breakthrough on the climate issue'

 

'Not a breakthrough on the climate issue'

"This was not a breakthrough on the climate issue," said Sweden's Prime Minister after the world's most important economies failed to earmark funds to pay for a deal to cut carbon emissions.

 

Falling home sales in US hit Swedish banks

STOCK MARKET – It’s been a murky week at the Stockholm exchange as H&M posted disappointing figures and sales of homes in the US unexpectedly slumped.

 

Geely frontrunner in Volvo bid

Ford is analyzing a bid by Chinese Geely to acquire 100 percent of Volvo for $2.5 billion.

Geely raises Goldman cash as Volvo bid mulled

 

Reinfeldt 'very worried' on climate negotiations

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt voiced deep concern about climate change negotiations, warning they were heading in the wrong direction with weeks to go before the make-or-break Copenhagen conference.

Time to 'break deadlock' on climate change

 

G20 to agree on bankers' bonuses, Reinfeldt say

World leaders will agree that bankers' bonuses should be linked to long-term success, not short-term risky behaviour.

 

Finnish opposition demands PM's resignation

Finnish opposition parties demands that Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen resign over a campaign finance scandal.

 

DnB NOR to raise $2.4 billion in rights issue

Norway’s largest bank DnB NOR has announced a rights issue to strengthen its core capital.

 

DNO oil shares slump on Kurdish wrangle

Shares in DNO, a small Norwegian oil company, fell by nearly half on Thursday after Kurdish authorities suspended its activities in the Kurdish area of Iraq in a row over stock trading.

 

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