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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 14 december 2005 kl 13.15
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DAB is on its way out.
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Those looking to blame crime on immigrants or foreign-born citizens will find little to cheer about after reading a groundbreaking new report.

After spending millions on its big plans for digital radio, the Swedish government pulls the plug.

Then in this month’s edition of Business Brief:  Mark Cummins meets with the winners of this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics.

Closing music:  Joey Tempest – ’A Place to Call Home’

Contradicting stereotypes and prejudices, a new Swedish study shows that foreign-born residents of this country don’t commit many more crimes than native Swedes. Jan Andersson, the Secretary General of the National Council for Crime Prevention, tells our reporter Bill Schiller that this report is bound to disappoint those looking for ammunition against refugees and immigrants:

The Swedish government has pulled the plug on digital radio, at least in its current form. Radio Sweden’s Dave Russell has more:

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

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