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Radio Sweden Thursday Edition

Published torsdag 15 december 2005 kl 12.33
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As Stockholmers take to the streets for Christmas shopping we take a look back at what they told us in Streettalk 2005
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Coming up today:

Sweden’s immigration debate is heating up again. A new study shows that foreign-born Swedes are up to 75% more likely to take sick leave. We look at what might be behind the headline grabbing statistics.

Its official - again. Sweden is one of the most expensive places to eat in Europe

And in the ”Best of Street Talk 2005”, we take a stroll back over the last year and bring you a snapshot of what locals here had to say about Swedish traditions and trends.

Just a day after a crime study showed that immigrants committed 25 percent of all crime in Sweden, another report out today states that those living here from abroad are off sick longer and more often than native Swedes. Radio Sweden’s Dave Russell has more:

A new survey shows that Swedes are still high on the European list for food prices – despite efforts to boost competition through low-price food chains from abroad. The only compensation is that grocery bag is even more expensive elsewhere in the Nordic area, as we hear from RS’s GK:

Time now for Street Talk hosted by Serena Möller:

Today’s closing music: ”Live and Learn” The Cardigans

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