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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 12 april 2006 kl 13.20
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1982 demonstration outside the Barsebäck nuclear power station
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In a stunning public opinion shift, Swedes are now in favor of nuclear power.

Is institutional racism running rampant in Swedish schools and universities?

Unemployment is the big issue in this year’s election.  In this month’s edition of Business Brief we meet a man who decided to focus on people rather statistics and set up a recruitment agency exclusively for immigrants.

Closing music:  Charlie Norman ” Smoke Gets in Your Eyes”

A new poll shows that a majority of Swedes are in favor of keeping-or even expanding-Swedish nuclear power. This comes a quarter of century after Swedes campaigned fiercely to phase out atomic energy and just weeks before the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe. Bill Schiller has more:

A government-sponsored study has found that institutional racism is rife in Swedish schools and universities.  Dave Russell has more:

Time now for this month’s edition of Business Brief with Radio Sweden’s Mark Cummins:

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