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25 ways Stockholm has become more international in the past year

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25 ways Stockholm has become more international in the past year
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This content was paid for by an advertiser and produced by The Local's Creative Studio
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Everyone knows Stockholm is an international city.

Swedes are some of the best non-native English speakers in the world, and 23 percent of the capital's population was born abroad. People of more than 190 nationalities call Stockholm home.

But why stop there? Stockholm is becoming more international each and every day.

From Chanel to KFC to new flight connections to the US and Ethiopia here are just a few of the ways the city has changed over the past year – plus a few more changes about to take place…

See the full list here: 25 ways Stockholm has become more international

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