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Two firms developing a nuclear reactor in Finland traded barbs, with Finnish firm TVO on Tuesday rejecting French nuclear giant Areva's complaint that it was to blame for delays to the project.
Online auction giant eBay confirmed it has sold Skype, founded by Swedish entrepreneur Niklas Zennström, to a group of investors.
Swedish telecom giant Ericsson is facing a tough enemy as Finnish-German telecom equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks appoints Rajeev Suri of India as new chief executive officer.
Annika Falkengren, head of Swedish bank SEB, made more than twice as much as her counterparts at other Swedish banks last year.
Swedish economy is looking up as the crisis policies are beginning to have a real impact – although the risk of new financial bubbles lure around the corner.
Japan’s Democratic Party of Japan, that seized power in landmark elections, is seen as less business-friendly than the outgoing LDP - but its politics won't affect Swedish trade with the country.
Air pollution has over the past 50 years led to a reduction of the light rainfall in China, Swedish study shows.
Swedish furniture retailer Ikea has upset people all over the world by changing typeface in its latest catalog.
A man who complained to police that he was cheated by a prostitute found himself slapped with a heavy fine.
Israeli government hits back with bitter irony at Swedish tabloid.
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt was to travel to Afghanistan on Sunday for a two-day visit for talks with President Hamid Karzai.
A Saudi lawyer has demanded a public apology from a number of Danish dailies that reprinted a cartoon of Prophet Mohammed.
Time is running out to agree a complex climate change accord ahead of a key Copenhagen summit, Denmark's climate minister warned.
STOCK MARKET – Actors at the Stockholm exchange are getting ready for the September race as vacations are over and new strategies are being laid down.
OPINION “If the Swedes had said ‘yes’ to the euro in 2003, they would have been much richer than they are now”, Dutch macro-economist and author Edin Mujagic writes.