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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 10 januari 2007 kl 11.42
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An electricity engineer working on a lamppost brought down by winds, near Stockholm
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Train traffic’s brought to a standstill and thousands are left without electricity after Sweden’s battered by strong winds.

Business Brief looks at the Swedish Model and whether it’s still admired as much inside Sweden as it is outside the country.

Radio Sweden speaks to ”Global Reporting”; a rather unusual company which helps promote Sweden’s interests around the world.

Closing Music: Kent, ”Dom som försvann”

A very unusual company with its offices in Stockholm’s Old Town medieval island strives to promote Swedish interest in the world around it – far from the standard stereotypes. Global Reporting is a collective offering seminars on foreign aid, developments in Zambia, Cuba, Burma and Belarus... as well as journalistic assistance, translations, web builders, photo services, illustrators and more. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller meets some of the team – including the boss who is on his way to Albania:

In this month’s edition of Business Brief, Mark Cummins resists the urge to look forward to 2007, and take a look back at a grande old dame who’s recently celebrated her 100th birthday:

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