Swedish authorities are cracking down on parents who take too long to name their newborn children.
Embattled auto company Ford announced on Monday that it is considering the sale of Volvo Cars.
A 41-year-old man on trial for secretly filming dozens of women in the restrooms of Stockholm-area cafés has been acquitted of sexual harassment charges.
Nearly 20,000 layoffs were announced in Sweden in November, the highest number of redundancies the country has seen since November 1992.
If Saab is to preserve its tradition of excellence it needs to remain in the private sector, argues Steven Wade following a recent flurry of calls to nationalize the Swedish car maker.
New car registrations in Sweden suffered their worst decline in 15 years in November, dropping 36.4 percent compared to the same month a year ago, according to new figures released on Monday.
Ford and General Motors (GM) have asked the Swedish government for financial assistance in an attempt to improve the finances of Volvo and Saab ahead of the anticipated sale of the two brands.
Swedish men come second only to the French in a study of the state of European members, a new study has shown.
The 16-year-old girl from northern Sweden who was feared kidnapped has been found across the border in Finland.
The Moderates are advancing, while the Left Party has dropped in popularity as a new poll shows that the gap between Sweden’s centre-right Alliance parties and the opposition has dwindled to only 3.1 percent.
Police in Lund in southern Sweden faced paving stones, bottles, and torches flying through the air as they attempted to restore order following demonstrations on Sunday marking the death of King Karl XII.