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COVID-19 sparked a U.S. coin shortage, but a U.K. surplus
Technology has made the transition to digital payments quicker in the U.K.
Sweden acknowledges its no-lockdown COVID-19 strategy might have been a mistake
Given the country's high death rate, Sweden and its health officials are rethinking how they have handled the pandemic.
Climate change is fermenting the wine industry
Warmer temperatures are pushing wineries to new northern territories. Elin McCoy of Bloomberg News explains.
Immigration influx creates economic conundrum for Sweden
Sweden once welcomed more refugees per head than any other nation in the European Union.
Sweden's immigration debate: view from the street
Scandinavia's largest economy has accepted more than 400,000 asylum seekers and relatives of previous immigrants in the past five years.
Meet Sweden's Secretary of the Future
Kristina Persson says to prepare for the future, first we have to start by talking about it.
One woman's journey from Syria to Sweden
Listen to Nour Ammar's story as she travels the road to asylum.
New technology helps Swedish care for elderly
Sweden has taken giant steps when it comes to heath care. With one of the oldest populations and highest life expectancies in the world, the Scandinavian nation is using new medical technology to care for its aging citizens.