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Introducing... the Stockholm collection
The Local · 17 Nov 2014, 14:03
Published: 17 Sep 2014 14:03 GMT+02:00
Updated: 17 Nov 2014 14:03 GMT+01:00
Moving to Stockholm, or just dreaming about it? Either way, this is your ultimate guide: for housing, finances, insurance, business, and so much more.
Moving to the capital of Scandinavia - the largest city of all - is a big deal. So be prepared. Follow the links below to get help with a specific area of the moving process.
Housing in Stockholm
ID cards and permits in Stockholm
Your finances in Stockholm
Insurance in Stockholm
Starting a business in Stockholm
Finding a job in Stockholm
Healthcare in Stockholm
Family life in Stockholm
Education in Stockholm
This article was produced by The Local in association with Stockholm Business Region.
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