With new budgetary data released by the Swedish government, data showed a budget surplus of $9.5 billion in 2016. In the Budget Bill for 2017, the Government proposes reforms totaling SEK 24 billion or $2.6 billion. In the backdrop of immigration and welfare of their
Given conflicting reports across the travel industry, it’s hard to tell whether 2017 will end up as another global growth year for international travel or will represent a slowdown based on currency headwinds and the emergence of isolationist policies in North America and Europe. On
Mainstream media of United State of America had never anticipated that their own president may become their greatest adversary, with only thirty days past under the new U.S President – the emergence of “fake news” brought new challenges to report a true interpretation of public events.
Denmark has given the go-ahead for Swedish police to board the Öresund train in Copenhagen, making I.D. checks possible on board. The Danish Ministry of Justice has confirmed that it will allow Swedish police to board Öresund Bridge trains at Kastrup in Copenhagen. The Swedish
Swedish supermarket chain ICA experiments with ‘natural branding,’ a process that uses low-energy carbon dioxide lasers to remove the pigment from the outer skins of fruits and vegetables. Skåne is one of the most developed regions in the world with rising demand of high-tech shopping experience
With culture, geography, and diversity each play a key role towards developing Skåne a truly great place to live and work. The World Economic Forum explains why year after year, Sweden consistently excels at…”just about everything”. Innovation is in the fabric of Skåne, Sweden’s southernmost region.
The Öresund Bridge between Sweden and Denmark was closed on Wednesday morning after at least ten cars were involved in what has been described as the biggest accident on the crossing since it opened 17 years ago. “We characterize it as the biggest accident until
The far-right Danes’ Party (Danskernes Parti) is famous for steering up the controversies on the mainstream media, has once again pulled out a stunt that clearly meant to provoke immigrants living at Brøndby Strand. The party, which caused an uproar in September by distributing cans of
Our choice of partners is not done randomly. It is the brain that control, says the American anthropologist and love researcher Helen Fisher. Helen Fisher is a biological anthropologist, and perhaps one of the scientists in the world who has published most material about infatuation