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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 16 oktober 2006 kl 12.53
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Finance Minister Anders Borg
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The government’s first budget: a fatter wallet for some; a blow to others.

Tax evasion, unpaid TV licences and black market nannies are the downfall of two ministers in Sweden’s week-old government.

Graduates looking for a wonderful world find that when it comes to getting a job, a lot does depend on history, biology and a science book.

The West End comes to Sweden!

Closing Music: Peter LeMarc BRA DAGAR

Sweden’s new center-right government presented its first budget Monday. As Mark Cummins tells Gaby Katz, as promised one of the main changes is taxes:

Two ministers have resigned during the first ten days of the new Swedish government. George Wood has more:

Do you burn for science or are you an artist at heart? Your wallet may depend on it. Graduates from Sweden’s institutes of higher education are having a tough time getting established on the labour market as Juan Navas reports:

Our Culture Editor Bill Schiller dips into Nobel Prize worthy literature and London musicals:

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