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Is Sweden corrupt?

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With a reputation for straight talking and clean dealing, Sweden is said to be the sixth least corrupt country in the world. But the papers tell a different story, with people in high places apparently exploiting their power in scandal upon scandal. What's the truth?

Andy Drayton, Stockholm

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