Swedish Enterprise and Energy Minister Maud Olofsson announced on Friday the government would allow cash-strapped automaker Saab to alter its financing in order to continue its operations.
Swedes across the country are enjoying the first signs of springtime warmth and the weekend’s forecast promises more of the same.
Many of the companies approved to bring foreign workers to Sweden every year have little or no turnover or go bankrupt shortly after the labour migrants arrive, according to a new report.
A Swedish woman accused of trumping up rape accusations while on holiday in Greece exemplifies a persistant view in the Mediterranean country that Swedish women bring false rape complaints to get payouts from special 'rape insurance'.
The speaker of Sweden's parliament has said he has no plans to place limits on the extent to which MPs use Twitter from within the halls of the Riksdag, despite a number of complaints about the practice.
Metro International, the Swedish publisher of free newspapers, said Friday it diminished its first quarter losses compared to the same period last year, but warned 2011 would see higher paper prices.
The Dalai Lama arrived in Sweden late on Thursday night, after his flight from Ireland suffered a lengthy delay.
A recent survey shows that 22 percent of Swedes would be willing to part with one of their kidneys for in exchange for a hefty sum of money.
While the National Museum's new "Lust & Vice" exhibition has titillated the viewing public, it has incurred the scorn of an art world used to seeing sex exploited for financial gain, Peter Vinthagen Simpson writes.
Färjestad BK were crowned champions of Sweden's top professional ice hockey league for the ninth time on Thursday night following a convincing 4-1 victory over Skellefteå.
Recent figures show that it will take more than three decades until parents in Sweden share their parental leave benefits equally.
On Thursday the National Debt Office (NDO) took a small step towards Saabs recovery by opening up for the cash-strapped carmaker to receive loans from other sources than the European Investment Bank (EIB).