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Approximately 68 percent of Swedes want cash to remain a payment option in the future, compared with 25 percent who want a completely cashless society, according to results of a survey commissioned by Bankomat AB. The remaining 7 percent of respondents said either that they didn't know or that they ...

The US remains one of Swedes' favourite destinations with almost half a million Swedes crossing the pond in 2017. But a growing number also chose not to go there for political reasons. The country fell from seventh top destination to number ten in the annual travel barometer survey by analysis company ...
The Swedes softball team fell in two games this week at the hands of the Hastings Broncos. Bethany fell 8-3 before losing in a heartbreaking walk off 3-2 in nine innings in game two. Hastings scored early any often in game one, they scores three runs in the bottom of the first before the Swedes were able to ...
Along with showing majority support among the Swedish population for ditching the time switch, the new poll by Ipsos for newspaper Dagens Nyheter (DN) also asked Swedes to pick which time they would like to stick with permanently. More than a third (37 percent) said they'd prefer to have summer time ...
Valencia, Spain – March 3, 2018 – With 8 teams registered for the Valencia Match Cup and a fully stacked 10 entry lineup for Malvarrosa Match Cup, both WMRT regulars mixed in with new special guests, the Valencia WMRT double-header was set to provide an action filled start to the 2018 match racing season. Valencia ...
Such a scenario would be worrying in the event of natural disaster or a technological breakdown, with Swedes potentially unable to buy the basics needed to survive. “Cash is important ... "Swedes don't maybe have the insight to understand the effects of such a crisis, that it pervades the whole community.".
Vattenfall has announced up to 1500 job losses as part of a Skr2bn (€200m) cost reduction programme to be implemented by 2020. The utility said about 600 jobs each will be lost in Sweden and Germany, a further 275 in the Netherlands and 25 in other countries where it operates.
Seven out of 10 Swedes polled said they want to be able to pay with cash in the future when asked by pollsters Sifo, who were commissioned by cash machine firm Bankomat. While the strongest inclination to keep cash was registered among the older people polled, the majority of the younger people also ...


 

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