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“The launch will make iZettle the first company of its kind to offer small businesses support for Apple Pay and contactless payments”.
“This particular region is home to unique environments, so it’s important that fishing is carried out in such a way that these habitats remain unharmed".
The next 18-24 months are likely to decide the shape of Europe for decades to come.
“I don’t think we should allow the krona to strengthen that much from these levels”.
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British Prime Minister, David Cameron and London Mayor Boris Johnson were both on site to tour the production facility.
Swedish krona rallied against the dollar on better than expected data.
Inflation is increasingly difficult to control from Sweden.
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“It's a shame that a country has blocked my participation”.
World economic growth will gradually accelerate in 2015-2016, Swedish bank report said.
Sweden's richest person was Stefan Persson, the owner of cheap chic fashion retailer H&M.
Last year marked a remarkable year for Stockholm’s technology scene, with a number of start-ups receiving high profile investments and several reports highlighting the region’s competitive edge.
ECONOMY: Sweden's new bond-buying plan to stave off falling prices could trigger a round of money printing by its fellow non-eurozone neighbours to thwart untimely currency rises against the weakening euro, analysts told the AFP newswire.
The Scandinavian country has joined a growing group of countries to cut its key interest rate to negative — a historical first for the Nordic nation that shows how authorities globally are resorting to new methods to nudge up inflation and growth. Central banks across Europe are fighting to stop their economies from slipping into damaging deflationary cycles that could be difficult to reverse.
“What we've seen since the end of 2014 and the start of this year is a type of chicken race between central banks. Several of them have chosen to lower interest rates and expand their balance sheets,” bank SEB's chief economist Robert Bergquist told AFP.