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Prosecutor names 13-year-old boy killed in gang conflict, central bank warns of further interest rate hikes, and police reject Quran-burning in Malmö. Here's Sweden's latest news.
Picture a Swedish home. If you’ve spent time in one of the country’s big cities, you’re probably visualising an apartment: white walls, Ikea furniture, tasteful minimalism… and a single occupant.
As Sweden faces an economic slowdown, international residents will inevitably wonder what the situation could mean for them. With its vibrant start-up scene and deep-rooted international links, Stockholm’s economy is distinct from the national one.