Although the Swedish government argues that the country's 100-billion SEK loan to the IMF takes place on market terms, SVT's Report shows a reversed image.
In addition, the Swedish government has guaranteed that the lending to the IMF is completely risk free, which may seem a strange since the IMF is designed to help, for example, Greece with new money.
Only Sweden – which has invested strongly in community care – has fewer hospital beds per head, says the study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Read more
FDI Magazine's ranking European Cities and Regions of the Future 2012/13 has been published, where the Stockholm region ranks first (European Overall Winner) in the case of FDI. Read more