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Medical gravy train hits buffers

Sunday's SvD revealed that the writing is on the wall for the mutually-benefical relationship which has long existed between Sweden's doctors and its pharmaceutical industry.

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Pants bosses fall off trouser mountain

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Hungary for Swedish business

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Business Brief

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Business Brief

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Business Brief

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Business brief: record export levels

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Ringholm urged to pay tax on summerhouse

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Swedish exporters miss out on Asia’s upswing

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Persson rules out steep rate hikes

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Swedes try to shake off incorruptible image

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Concentration of Sweden’s visible exports

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High oil prices threaten growth

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Ministers to co-operate over Trollhättan

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Madame Wu visits Sweden

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Business confidence high

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Karolinska Institutet opens office in Singapore

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Persson eyes closer ties with Finland

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Swedish economy in sharp upswing

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Thailand keen to buy Sweden’s JAS fighters

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Sweden’s treasury coffers swell as petrol prices rise

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The art of business in Sweden

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Swedish economy “third most competitive”

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More Swedish companies in China

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Sweden “sixth least corrupt”

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Missing billionaire “can be declared officially dead”

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HM put brakes on hiring in Sweden

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Sweden’s business sector gives new ministers a chance

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Unibet takes on Swedish government

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Analysts downgrade Ericsson

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Rescue plan for Trollhättan

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Gaming companies could be thrown out

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Hägglund wins major arms order

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Nuder lies low on wealth tax

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Fewer Swedes foresee rise in consumption

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Sweden’s central bank hits back at critics

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“Sweden needs more bankruptcies”

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Skandia no longer willing to pursue case

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Swedish unemployment rises

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Hysteria & Mayhem greets Lagerfeld line

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Stockholm growth spurt forecast

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Capital gains

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Swedish banks face million-crown fines

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Jacob Wallenberg takes over as Investor chair

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Wallenberg attacked for “jobless growth” remarks

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Östros to fight for Swedish labour laws at EU meeting

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Thailand in favour of Sweden’s Gripen

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Swiss officials investigate bribes at Ericsson

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Risk of union action against H&M in US

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Scania foresees slower growth

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Sweden’s imports up, exports down

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Swedes more insecure about jobs

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H&M benefits from weaker dollar

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OECD slams Swedish fiscal policies

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Higher interest rates threaten Swedish jobs – AMS

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Telia investigation over mobile failure

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Union outraged at ICA job threat

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Swedish finance minister argues for drier EU

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Strong Swedish growth during the autumn

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Swedish interest rates touch record lows

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Diesel vehicles “discriminated against” in Sweden

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Sweden’s TV4 risks delisting as Schibsted ups stake

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Sweden’s new business code of ethics finalised

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Sweden “close to deflation”

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Swedes buying more online

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Bonnier mounts counteroffensive

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Swedes warned about borrowing

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Profit windfall for Sweden’s top CEOs

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“70 companies” hit by fraud

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Winter wash-out for snow holiday and clothing companies

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Increase in passengers at Skavsta

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Sweden “still in a recession”

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Vattenfall bids for Elsam

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Travel companies consider seeking compensation

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Strong results for Sweden’s listed companies…

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Baltic trade project begins

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Lindex to stretch itself

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Ericsson announces biggest ever service order

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Elsam rejects Vattenfall

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Ladbrokes wants Swedish judges replaced

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Bonnier & Proventus bid for Alma?s broadcasting business

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SAS airlift cost 28 million crowns

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Competition Authority applies for cinema injunction

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117 jobs to go as Eniro streamlines directory enquiries

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Sweden’s Capio to acquire Spanish hospital group

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Swedish steel industry on a high

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Swedish companies target Poland

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H&M deemed world class

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Anti-corruption unit now permanent

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Gunnebo under pressure from steel prices and dollar

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Sweden’s Gripen in talks with Thailand and India

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IKEA continues to expand

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New suppliers behind Swedish broadband price war

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Candy cars on collision course

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Reijmyre glassworks struggling to survive

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3,000 jobs to go at Telia

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Sweden?s most powerful businesswoman

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Sony Ericsson launches new phones

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Nuder critical of new Lisbon strategy

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Petrol cartel fined 112 million kronor

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Electrolux to be split up

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Jens of Sweden to challenge iPod

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Swedish electricity is cheap

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Swedish firms turn to India

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Newspaper circulation

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Forestry giant Stora Enso to relocate

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Treschow urges politicians to focus on competition

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Oriflame dismisses chief executive

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Sweden’s Lundin Mining acquires Irish zinc mine

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Östros intends to hold on to state companies

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Swedish MDs say Persson must go

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Corporate deals set to take off in Sweden in 2011: report

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