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Swedish female soldiers are demanding the military provide them with combat-tested bras.
The government’s decision to dismiss the board of directors of the pharmacy monopoly Apoteket has received harsh criticism.
Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf got a firsthand glimpse of Spain's high-speed rail network which is set to become the world's largest.
Managers at small businesses in Sweden have a positive view of the upcoming quarter – and plan to employ more staff.
Scandinavian airline SAS accuses its low-fair competitor Ryanair for using “dirty-tricks” and “false” price comparisons.
Sweden's government presented on Monday an expansive 2010 budget bill focused on job creation and economic stimulus to lift Sweden out of the crisis a year ahead of general elections.
Sweden’s economy is likely to be heading for a dip before it recovers, London strategists told The Swedish Wire, warning of turbulence on the Stockholm exchange.
Sweden's centre-right government has announced income tax cuts of 10 billion kronor to stimulate the job market.
Norway wants the five Nordic countries to be represented together in the G20 group of the world's major economies.
A Swedish newspaper report alleging that Israeli soldiers stole and sold body parts of dead Palestinians did not constitute inciting racism, judicial authorities have ruled.
STOCK MARKET – Better-than-expected US statistics boosts stock market players’ self-confidence in Stockholm.
Sweden has sweetened its bid for a lucrative contract to sell 36 fighter jets to Brazil, promising that 40 percent of the supersonic Gripen aircraft would be built in Brazil.
Europe's leaders has agreed on a bid to jolt US President Barack Obama into a future 'claw back' of excessive bankers' bonuses.
Real estate prices swelled 4 percent during the last three month although still being below last year’s level.