Advertisement Opportunities | Sponsorship  | About Us | Contact Us | Tell us what you think | Jobs | Shopping  | Dating | Archive

WeatherForecast




Scandinavian Companies and Market





Political Economy / Editorial




The Market Quotes Powered By Forexpros, the Forex, Futures, and Stock Markets Portal.


Business Videos









Europe is corrupt!

Friday, 17 February 2012
Europeans think that the EU and its national administration are corrupt, writes the Brussels newspaper European Voice on the basis of a recent survey.

Finland tipped to emerge faster from economic crisis – academics
Wednesday, 15 February 2012
A Finnish academic had pointed that Finland will survive the economic crisis faster than many other countries.

Brighter future for embattled Swedish Social Democrats party when Margot Wallström is open for the leadership job? No! .


Crisis in the Swedish Social Democrat Party – the search for Juholt successor more difficult than thought


Bloody nose for True Finns leader in Finnish presidential election first round as favourite, Niinistö leads to the second round


Swedish Foreign minister, Bildt believe that Sweden should be the superpower - Wikileaks  leaks

Monday, 27 February 2012
Swedish foreign Minister, Carl Bildt has been exposed once again in another strange side of things by another Wikileaks leaks. In one of its recent releases, Bildt is reported to have considered that Sweden should become a superpower, that Putin is a "chetnik" and that Bildt is in intense disagrees with French president, Nicolas Sarkozy.

Looks like the Social democrats finally identify a tool to hit the Swedish coalition parties with as their poll standing improve markedly

Friday, 24 February 2012
With the new party leader in the man of Stefan Löfven at the helm, the Social Democrats in Sweden which has been limping and playing the second fiddle behind the Conservatives and the bourgeoisies government seems to be seeing a change in fortune recent opinion polling. The party’s opinion interest rose by 5.6 percentage points to 29.3 percent in February in an Ipsos survey for the Swedish newspaper, Dagens Nyehter.

The Swedish tax system is very difficult

Thursday, 23 February 2012
The Manager of the Swedish tax authority, Ingemar Hansson thinks that the current Swedish tax system makes it too difficult to do the right thong. Speaking t the Swedish business daily,
Dagens industri, he believes that there must be some changes in the nearest future.

Sweden’s export of military hardware continues to hold as the past

Wednesday, 22 February 2012
In 2011, Swedish companies exported military equipment for some Skr13.9 billion. It is basically the same as last year, according to the Swedish organisation, the National Inspectorate of Strategic Products (ISP).

New leader new boost for the Social Democrats as the party sees real boost with the arrival of Löfven

Sunday, 19 February 2012
The Swedish Social Democrats' party’s new leader, Stefan Löfven has lifted his party 4.6 percentage points in less than a month, according to new opinion polls. This show a direct contrast with this predecessor, Håkan Juholt, whose arrival at the head of the party only led to the party to keep on sliding.

Swedish finance minister, Anders Borg lowers Swedish growth forecast.


Nyamko Sabuni leaves politics after next elections


Swedish central bank, Riksbank cuts interest rate


Swedish Minister of Education, Bjorklund, attacked in Israel


Sweden’s crisis not only housing but also lost export market share


Swedish finance minister, Anders Borg sees reduced pessimism in the Swedish economy


Sweden’s “tiger economy” close to being tamed as growth bounces to zero


EU again worried about Sweden household debt as it carried out a compulsory periodic test of EU economies


Swedish central Banks could reduce key interest rates soon but how would that affect?


Swiss evaluation of Gripen showed flaws that were hidden but unearth only when the Swiss choose Gripen


Rwandan Diplomat expelled from Sweden for spying on its dissidents living in the countr

Somalis in Finland, the discriminated human beings in that world


Finnish society’s intolerance to the North Africans have even gotten worse with time












Scandinavian Companies and Market

Help | About us | Site map | Advertise with the Us | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy | Copyright 

© Scandinavian Companies and Market Magazine 2012. | Scandinavian Companies and Market and Scancomark are registered trade mark of Scandinavian Companies and Market.