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Radio Sweden Wednesday

The fall out from the Sweden’s own Mohamed drawing controversy continues with high profile Swedish companies appearing on a militiant islamic hit list.

The airline industry is taking a battering from the environmental lobby around the world. But a Swedish company has unveiled a revolutionary technique that just might let airlines off the carbon emissions hook.

Also, there’s still a ”glass ceiling” for people with foreign backgrounds finding top jobs in Sweden - but Swedish soccer is already multi-culti and international. With Sweden’s finest soccer stars heading abroad - clubs here are enticing dozens of foreign players

SAS, Arla, H&M and Alfa Laval are just four of more than 100 Swedish companies to appear on a hit list displayed on the websites of militant Islamic groups. George Wood can tell us more about events surrounding the now infamous drawing that has sparked threats:

How can civil aviation reduce its impact on the environment? As Nick Chipperfield reports, in what is being touted as a ”win-win” solution for both balance sheets and the environment, SAS and Sweden’s largest airport are piloting a revolutionary new landing technique, designed to cut fuel costs and reduce carbon emissions from aircraft:

Over the last few years, Swedish soccer stars like Freddie Ljungberg, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kim Källström have all packed up their bags and headed for the best leagues in Europe, leaving Sweden’s Allsvenskan division behind. But while Sweden’s finest may be heading abroad, dozens of foreign players have settled here to make the Allsvenskan a truly multicultural football league. Eddie de Oliveira found out more:

Closing Music: ”Giftig”, Mange Schmidt

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