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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 4 april 2006 kl 12.09
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George Bush visits Sweden in 2001

Sweden’s relation with Nazi Germany: New research uncovers how Swedish authorities turned a blind eye to cultural and business ties between the two countries.

Money for the Mekong Delta: Searching for Nordic investments, Asian bankers and experts meet with their Swedish counterparts in Stockholm.

And in this month’s edition of GreenScan: What is environmental interest like among Swedish business leaders? And clean vehicles - they’re selling like hot cakes!

Closing Music: Laleh, ”Live Tomorrow”

New revelations conclude that the Swedish authorities turned a blind eye when some of the policies of Nazi Germany were practiced in Sweden. Azariah Kiros reports:

Co-operation across borders, international assistance and a move to market systems have made the Mekong River region the fastest growing area in the world. Searching for more Nordic state and private investments, Asian bankers and experts are meeting here in Stockholm, as we hear from Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller:

Swedish genealogists in the United States have discovered that US President George W. Bush has a Swedish ancestor, one Måns Andersson who left Sweden for Delaware in 1639. So what does the Swede on the street think about Bush’s Swedish ancestry ....Irini Mavroudis found out:

Time now for this month’s edition of Greenscan. Over to Azariah Kiros:

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