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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 12 januari 2007 kl 12.01

In today’s programme, we look at the shocking plight of an Iraqi family which made national headlines here this week, when their squalid makeshift home in a food cellar in a Swedish woodland caught fire. Was does it say about the country’s housing policy when it comes to people born abroad?

Young Swedes of foreign background and immigrants here are among the most willing to start up their own businesses. But what are the chances they will succeed?

And we head down to the Romanian and Bulgarian embassies in Stockholm to see what the countries new EU membership really means to them.

Closing music: Anna Ternheim, ”A French Love”

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