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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 5 oktober 2006 kl 10.16
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Developing countries which invest in better education, healthcare, and job training for their young people could be paving the way for surging economic growth and sharply reduced poverty.

Spaceport Sweden: Virgin Galactic continues to show interest in Kiruna as a commercial space flight hub.

And we say goodbye to our popular series ”The Greatest.” In this final edition Sweden’s three 007 Girls take centre stage in the Battle of the Bond Babes.

Closing Music: Stockholms Filharmoniska Orkester ”Drottning av Sabas Festmarsch”

The World Bank has just released its annual World Development Report. Azariah Kiros attended the presentation of the report in Stockholm and filed this story:

Plans for a European spaceport for Virgin Galactic in Kiruna in northern Sweden seem to be gathering pace. Bill Schiller has the details:

Time now for Battle of the Bond Babes. Serena Möller presents ”The Greatest”:

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