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A US consortium has entered the race to buy Ford Motor’s loss-making Swedish carmaker Volvo Cars – with the aim to team up with Swedish bidder Jakob Consortium.
Norwegian telecom Telenor and Russia's Altimo will create a new mobile operator to end a long-running dispute over control of one of Russia's main mobile service providers.
The EU Lisbon Treaty will only enter into force after the European Commission's mandate ends in November, meaning the current commission will stay on for an undetermined period.
A Swedish family has asked for damages of nearly 30,000 euros after a Protestant pastor performed a funeral service apparently "drunk".
STOCK MARKET – Stocks at the Stockholm exchange are expected to gain 15 - 20 percent this year despite last weeks dip, analyst said.
Sweden's Finance Minister was forced to defend the planned tax cuts after harsh criticism from a top government advisor.
Finland's Swedish-speaking autonomous Åland Islands will vote on the Lisbon Treaty this year, likely to land Helsinki in a quagmire.
Canadian and Swedish Foreign Ministers held talks ahead of a first round of Canada-EU free trade talks.
Sweden’s government will invest some $20 million for technical development of biogas.
Scandinavian airline SAS has sold its 20 percent stake in the UK based British Midland to Lufthansa, resulting in a $60 million profit.
American Cisco has made a $3 billion offer to buy Norwegian video communications firm Tandberg.
Britain's finance minister Thursday urged the European Union to clamp down on bankers' bonuses ahead of a meeting in Gothenburg.
The Danish economy shrank by 2.6 percent in the second quarter.
"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 is dropping a graft arms scandal case involving 1.3 billion dollars of bribes from Swedish firm Bofors.
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.