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Sweden and Scandinavian countries lead global creativity Index

Wednesday, 18 January 2012
Sweden tops the list of countries that are classed to be most creative in the world, flowed by the other Scandinavian countries that also crowd the top position. This has come from a survey carried out by The Martin Prosperity Institute according to reports in various Swedish media sources.

Öresund Bridge opened again for traffic as wind speed dies down

Thursday, 05 January 2012
Oresund Bridge is again open to vehicular traffic in both directions between Sweden and Denmark.

Scotland admiring the Nordic model and wants to shift more towards them Tuesday, 03 January 2012
The leading party in Scotland wants an independent Scotland to work closer more with the Nordic countries more than with Britain.

Another big Scandinavian construction project looming in a Subway to Denmark from Malmö
Friday, 16 December 2011
The Mayors of Malmo and Copenhagen have been pondering about how to prepare for increased traffic between the tow cities in the future and now in their recent summit, they came up with an idea! ‘Let tunnel our ways through and create a subway between our cities!’
The subway between Copenhagen and Malmo would be approximately 28 kilometres long under water and under the Öresund Bridge.

Norway oil fund pump great money into Stockholm Stock Exchange
Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Despite an extremely black market, the Norwegian oil fund in Swedish investment portfolio increased by 2.2 billion in value.

Denmark’s warning to Sweden: "Do not make the same mistakes that we have done!"

Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Sweden don’t really needs Danish advice because their had their own experience back in the 1990s as such if their memory is not as short as ours, then they really need to sit up and look back.

Finnish minister calls for concern about behaviour at Nordic Council meeting

Thursday, 03 November 2011
Finnish European Affairs Minister, Alexander Stubb, has attracted concerns from fellow Nordic colleagues at a meeting of Nordic foreign ministers in Copenhagen on Wednesday.

British and Danish Royals meet in Copenhagen to work for Africa
Wednesday, 02 November 2011
Danish Royals, Crown Prince Frederik and British Prince William went in one car while the two women princesses, Danish Mary in the blue and Duchess Catherine in red, on Wednesday arrived together at the UNICEF centre in the East of Copenhagen to raise awareness about hunger catastrophe in East Africa.

Nordic cooperation a pioneering model for international tax management Tuesday, 01 November 2011
The Nordic cooperation has worked strategically well to conclude agreements with so-called tax havens to receive information from them on people who might have bee hiding resources away from the local treasury.

Norway a case study for high food cost but also a boost for Swedish border business

Wednesday, 19 October 2011
Looking at a Norwegian food bill can give one a reason not to believe in the value for life. A Norwegian family pays averagely Nkr15,000 per year more for their food than a family in Sweden. This is scary to the Swedes but it can also be a great business opportunity for the Swedes.

Fitch warns Nordic countries of potential crisis unless much is done to bring down costs
Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Credit rating organisation, Fitch has warned the Nordic countries to put their acts together or face crisis in the nearest future.

IMF expects low growth in Denmark this year and next year while the order Nordic countries grow better Tuesday, 20 September 2011
Danish economy has a hard time getting up to speed, as shown by new figures from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Economic Outlook.

Denmark leads Nordic business freedom whereas Sweden lags
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
Denmark leads the Scandinavian countries as the economy with the most economic freedom, in a survey which Hong Kong tops again this year, while Sweden slag to 22 position.

A Satellite crashing to Earth next Saturday could fall on Sweden

Saturday, 17 September 2011
Around September 24, a dead satellite is expected to crash somewhere on the globe, according to NASA and it can land on Swedish soil.

Massive flooding close roads and railway in Norway

Wednesday, 17 August 2011
Heavy rains in the north of Norway have led to massive flooding as a result, affecting the train links between Trondheim and Storlien, according to Norwegian Transport Administration.

Danes Richer than Swedes despite their country’s economic woes

Sunday, 14 August 2011
Just as the EU has criticized the Danes for keeping large individual debts, calculations show that in fact the Danes are the wealthiest citizens across the already rich Nordic region.

Scandinavian foreign ministries issues travel warning to London

Tuesday, 09 August 2011
Finnish Foreign Ministry is one of the Scandinavian government department issued travel warning to the UK as the riots in Britain spreads.

Norway wants to work with Sweden on power plant development
Sunday, 10 July 2011
A Norwegian - Swedish initiative is being talked about to create energy for the two countries.

New border policy could see Sweden distance itself from Denmark in crucial economic matters.

Friday, 08 July 2011
Swedish business officials call on the Swedish government to distant itself from Denmark about its new border controls policy and follow the tough condemnation presented by the Germans.

Norway to tighten border controls especially order with Sweden

Wednesday, 06 July 2011
Norway wants tightens border with Sweden so as to reduce the amount of asylum seekers entering the country.

Sweden and the rest of Scandinavia has some of the most expensive prices for clothes and energy nut Switzerland is super expensive

Thursday, 30 June 2011
Clothing prices in Sweden are the highest in the EU. Swedish consumers must also pay the most per kilowatt hour for electricity when prices on some basics are compared across various countries and Sweden.

Where are the most expensive countries in Europe found? Scandinavia

Tuesday, 28 June 2011
Recent statistics show that Finland is Europe's fourth most expensive country. It is only Switzerland, Norway and Denmark, where it is more expensive to live.


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