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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 22 februari 2006 kl 13.26
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A Swedish-inspired idea goes global:  honoring the victims of crime.

Lean and green:  the Swedish car industry takes its cue from the government.

An increase in young people forced into early retirement.

Then in this month’s edition of EUROPEFILE:  is the European Foreign Affairs chief trying to gag the press?  And just how watered down is the recently present EC White Paper?

Closing Music:  ”Äntligen” – Bosse Wickström & Wicker Quartet

Today the United Nations honors victims of crime. Swedish organizations working within this area have been holding a day-long conference. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller has been talking to some of the participants:

Sales of green cars are up but the Prime Minister wants to keep more gas guzzlers off the assembly line. Over to our reporter Gaby Katz:

There’s been a marked increase in the number of younger Swedes receiving early retirement due to illness. Mark Cummins has more:

Time now for Europe File, with Azariah Kiros:


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