• Inside Sweden's Silicon Valley (Hello World: Episode 2)

    April 27 -- Hold on to your H&M cardigans! The world's funkiest tech and travel show hits Sweden. Tune in as host, Ashlee Vance, travels from Stockholm to Luleå, discovering how the Swedes got so good at making the things the whole world loves. His journey includes: a conversation with a face-swapping robot, fika with Spotify's Daniel Ek, and a look at how efficient energy is reimagining data centers and turbine power. (Source: Bloomberg)

    published: 27 Apr 2016
  • The pride of the Swedish Industry

    published: 27 Jun 2015
  • 10 Things Swedes Are Great At

    Here are 10 things Swedes do better than Americans. Sweden has given the world a lot to be happy about, from Absolut vodka to the supergroup Abba, but they’re also at the forefront of more serious matters, like the environment, industry, and the business of living.   Here are 10 things Swedes do better than most, particularly Americans.   Number 10. Recycle. Of all of the trash the nation’s 9 and a half million or so citizens produce, only 1 percent of it winds up in dumps. The rest of it is recycled in various ways for a number of purposes, among which is the production of energy.  Number 9. Stand in line. Swedes are able to, and quite often do, wait in one without pushing, cutting, or trying to sneak around it. Thanks to a variety of highly developed take-a-number systems, the...

    published: 10 Apr 2015
  • Sweden's Million-Dollar Refugee Industry

    MP3: http://www.fdrpodcasts.com/#/3555/want-to-be-a-millionaire-migrant-slumlord-call-in-show-january-6th-2017 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/stefan-molyneux/fdr-3555-want-to-be-a-millionaire-migrant-slumlord-call-in-show-january-6th-2017 Question: “I live in Sweden and a year ago my family got a call from the Swedish rescue service and offered what I call a deal with the devil. The deal was for us was to house up to 30 refugees for the most ridiculous sum of money I have ever seen. This was also during a period where we tried to sell our hotel and realized that my family were getting was not what we were hoping for. When you have been given the deal with the devil, will you take it and sacrifice your soul for wealth, or reject it and keep your soul but continue suffering?” Freedomai...

    published: 20 Feb 2017
  • Despite Peaceful Reputation, Sweden Is a Major Weapons Exporter to Human Rights Abusers

    http://www.democracynow.org - While Sweden is known as the birthplace of Alfred Nobel, founder of the Nobel Peace Prize, many do not realize it is also one of the world's largest arms manufacturers. Sweden is in fact the third largest arms exporter per capita after Israel and Russia. Swedish company, Saab, makes more than 50 percent of the weapons the country exports. While the Swedish government often takes a neutral position in international conflicts and offers assistance through peacekeeping missions and foreign aid, it has continued to send military equipment to regimes accused of human rights abuses, including Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Bahrain and Egypt. We speak with two guests: peace activist Martin Smedjeback, who has served three prison sentences for breaking into weapons factories...

    published: 02 Jul 2014
  • Sweden imports rubbish to fuel waste industry

    SWEDEN RUBBISH SOURCE: AP TELEVISION RESTRICTIONS: HORIZONS CLIENTS AND AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY CLIENTS ONLY LENGTH: 5.59 Stockholm - 15 November 2012 1. Mid of crane lifting rubbish at Hogdalen waste-to-energy incinerator plant in Stockholm 2. Close of rubbish being disposed of at waste incinerator plant temporary tip 3. Mid of rubbish falling out of chute 4. Close of crane emptying rubbish in waste large oven 5. Tracking shot of employees walking through plant 6. Employee opening hole to show rubbish burning 7. Mid of rubbish burning 8. Close of rubbish burning 9. Wide exterior of Hogdalen waste incinerator plant 10. Close of smoke coming out of chimney Stockholm - 14 November 2012 11. Tracking shot of David Nilsson, a 32-year-old Stockholm resident, recycli...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • A story about swedish wood

    From forestry to finished product. This is a movie about wood as a material in building construction, woodworking industry and furniture. The film has been produced in collaboration with the Swedish Wood - part of the Swedish Forest Industries Federation, Southern Forest Owners Foundation for Research, Development and Education, Northern Forest Research Foundation and SLU.

    published: 28 Feb 2014
  • Bilfinger Industrial Services Sweden AB – En kort presentation - Corporate Video (Swedish)

    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • Pig Industry Sweden 2009 2015

    Meat, milk, eggs. Three cornerstones of Swedish food consumption, basic goods on each table. But who knows what is hidden behind the packages? How many know your piece of meat’s history? Linda McCartney once said, "If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian." And the fact is that the reality is very far from the advertising being ran on television or the beautiful slogans of animals in happiness which pollutes and brainwashes us. Today, the food industry the most extensive and comprehensive form of animal oppression that exists. Every year, Swedish breeders, transporters, and slaughterhouse execute and slaughter more than 85 million animals to become flesh. Sweden markets often as a country with the world's best animal protection law, but farm animals are living unde...

    published: 08 Mar 2017
  • Big swedish export sawmill

    The sawmilling industry is of outmost value to the swedish economy. We have never produce so much lumber as today. Recently we were number four as producers and number two as exporters of sawn goods in the world. This film informs about the process and the machines we use in a modern sawmill of today.

    published: 09 Jan 2014
  • A film about steel and the steel industry in Sweden

    How much do you know about steel and the steel industry in Sweden? In this film you can learn about steel, what it is used for and how the steel industry in Sweden contributes to shaping a better future. Steel is everywhere in society and is used for everything from scissors to reinforcement of concrete. Items which do not contain steel are often produced using steel moulds or shaped with steel tools. Steel is an alloy containing mainly iron, which is the fourth most common element in the earth's crust, and carbon. Modern steel grades often contain other alloying elements. The choice of elements, and the amount used, depends on the properties required from the steel. Our society is completely dependent on steel. So it is not surprising that more steel is used as the population and ...

    published: 03 Jun 2014
  • #2 Abandoned Industry Ruines in Sweden

    #2 Abandoned Industry Ruines in Sweden This video shows the abandoned industry ruines in Sweden, atleast, what's left of it. We hope you enjoy this video. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Great-Explorer-291311831017378/ Credits to: RicRic on Videezy.

    published: 23 Apr 2016
  • Automotive industry in Sweden

    The automotive industry in Sweden is mainly associated with passenger car manufacturers Volvo Cars and Saab Automobile but Sweden is also home of two of the largest truck manufacturers in the world: Volvo AB and Scania AB.The automotive industry is heavily dependent on export as some 85 percent of the passenger cars and 95 percent of the heavy vehicles are sold outside of Sweden.The automotive industry and its sub-contractors is a major part of Swedish industry.In 2011 around 110,000 people were employed and the export income of 150 billion SEK accounted for 12 per cent of Sweden’s export income. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Tompen0000 License: Public domain Author(s): Tompen0000 (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Tompen0000) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permi...

    published: 04 Sep 2016
  • Together for the future industry in Sweden

    Curious about what we do at Swerea IVF? Have a look!

    published: 29 Nov 2016
  • Manufacturing of Volvo Cars Engine in Skövde, Sweden | AutoMotoTV

    Subscribe for more car videos: http://bit.ly/AutoMotoTV Manufacturing of Volvo Cars Engine in Skövde, Sweden | AutoMotoTV Follow us @AutoMotoTV - http://www.twitter.com/AutoMotoTV Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CarVideosOnline Google+: http://bit.ly/AutoMotoTVGooglePlus AutoMotoTV - http://www.youtube.com/AutoMotoTV AutoMotoTV Deutsch: http://bit.ly/AutoMotoTVDeutsch

    published: 22 Sep 2013
  • Sweden Clashes with American Lobster Industry

    A possible ban by the EU on lobster imports has the US and Canadian lobster industries bracing for a fight with the European Union. The discovery of 32 American lobsters in Swedish waters over recent years sparked the conflict. The Scandinavian country called for a ban on imports of the shellfish, claiming they could spread disease and overwhelm native species. The American lobster industry has countered that Sweden's goal is not about science, but business- protecting markets for European lobsters. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/386c25518f464186bf7a2ac026580ce7/Article_2016-04-11-US-European-Lobster-Ban/id-872c1557ec7245ab9f85e9d24cf166e5 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com

    published: 11 Apr 2016
Inside Sweden's Silicon Valley (Hello World: Episode 2)

Inside Sweden's Silicon Valley (Hello World: Episode 2)

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April 27 -- Hold on to your H&M cardigans! The world's funkiest tech and travel show hits Sweden. Tune in as host, Ashlee Vance, travels from Stockholm to Luleå, discovering how the Swedes got so good at making the things the whole world loves. His journey includes: a conversation with a face-swapping robot, fika with Spotify's Daniel Ek, and a look at how efficient energy is reimagining data centers and turbine power. (Source: Bloomberg)
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The pride of the Swedish Industry

The pride of the Swedish Industry

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10 Things Swedes Are Great At

10 Things Swedes Are Great At

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Here are 10 things Swedes do better than Americans. Sweden has given the world a lot to be happy about, from Absolut vodka to the supergroup Abba, but they’re also at the forefront of more serious matters, like the environment, industry, and the business of living.   Here are 10 things Swedes do better than most, particularly Americans.   Number 10. Recycle. Of all of the trash the nation’s 9 and a half million or so citizens produce, only 1 percent of it winds up in dumps. The rest of it is recycled in various ways for a number of purposes, among which is the production of energy.  Number 9. Stand in line. Swedes are able to, and quite often do, wait in one without pushing, cutting, or trying to sneak around it. Thanks to a variety of highly developed take-a-number systems, they can also do it without giving any indication that they’re queued up at all.   Number 8. Balance work and life. According to the most recent report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the people of Sweden are among the best in the world when it comes to divvying up their time in a way that’s most personally satisfying.    Number 7. Glassblowing. In southern Sweden is a place known as the Kingdom of Crystal, which is home to Orrefors and Kosta Boda as well as about a dozen other makers. The area also draws a lot of tourists as it offers boutiques, galleries and outlet stores as well as the opportunity to enjoy a drink at a bar made entirely of glass.    Number 6.  Live longer for less. According 2011 figures released by the OECD, the average life expectancy in Sweden is just under 82 years, which makes them the world’s 8th most enduring humans. The nation’s per capital health expenditure is about 4 thousand dollars.  Number 5. High style, low prices. IKEA, which has become synonymous with well-priced, stylish home goods, has expanded greatly over the years and is now world’s number 1 furniture store. H&M, which has done for fashion what IKEA has for décor, is the planet’s 2nd largest apparel retailer.    Number 4. Parental Leave. Not only does Sweden offer a generous paid duration of it, the perk is gender-neutral, meaning fathers can spend time with their newborns, too, without sacrificing much income.     Number 3. Happiness. Sweden is the world’s 5th most joy-filled country, based on the United NationsWorld Happiness Report 2013. The rankings were determined based on how residents feel about their lives overall, not just their mood at the moment.   Number 2. Treating the elderly well. Swedes came in first place in the UN’s Global AgeWatch Index. Factors considered included health provisions, income, and environment.    Number 1. Sustainability. The Nordic nation gets top marks in this category as well, earning the distinction of being the ‘most sustainable country in the world’ according to a 2013 report by a Swiss investment group. Among the strengths that secured it the highest spot are a commitment to renewable energy sources and notably low CO2 emissions.  What do you think Sweden does best?
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Sweden's Million-Dollar Refugee Industry

Sweden's Million-Dollar Refugee Industry

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MP3: http://www.fdrpodcasts.com/#/3555/want-to-be-a-millionaire-migrant-slumlord-call-in-show-january-6th-2017 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/stefan-molyneux/fdr-3555-want-to-be-a-millionaire-migrant-slumlord-call-in-show-january-6th-2017 Question: “I live in Sweden and a year ago my family got a call from the Swedish rescue service and offered what I call a deal with the devil. The deal was for us was to house up to 30 refugees for the most ridiculous sum of money I have ever seen. This was also during a period where we tried to sell our hotel and realized that my family were getting was not what we were hoping for. When you have been given the deal with the devil, will you take it and sacrifice your soul for wealth, or reject it and keep your soul but continue suffering?” Freedomain Radio is 100% funded by viewers like you. Please support the show by signing up for a monthly subscription or making a one time donation at: http://www.freedomainradio.com/donate Get more from Stefan Molyneux and Freedomain Radio including books, podcasts and other info at: http://www.freedomainradio.com Amazon Affiliate Links US: http://www.fdrurl.com/Amazon Canada: http://www.fdrurl.com/AmazonCanada UK: http://www.fdrurl.com/AmazonUK
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Despite Peaceful Reputation, Sweden Is a Major Weapons Exporter to Human Rights Abusers

Despite Peaceful Reputation, Sweden Is a Major Weapons Exporter to Human Rights Abusers

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http://www.democracynow.org - While Sweden is known as the birthplace of Alfred Nobel, founder of the Nobel Peace Prize, many do not realize it is also one of the world's largest arms manufacturers. Sweden is in fact the third largest arms exporter per capita after Israel and Russia. Swedish company, Saab, makes more than 50 percent of the weapons the country exports. While the Swedish government often takes a neutral position in international conflicts and offers assistance through peacekeeping missions and foreign aid, it has continued to send military equipment to regimes accused of human rights abuses, including Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Bahrain and Egypt. We speak with two guests: peace activist Martin Smedjeback, who has served three prison sentences for breaking into weapons factories and hammering on weapons meant for export, and with Anna Ek, president of Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society, the world's oldest peace organization. Ek says that while Sweden signed the global Arms Trade Treaty earlier this year, it has resisted incorporating anti-corruption provisions into the country's own laws. Click here to watch the full Democracy Now! broadcast from Almedalen Week: http://www.democracynow.org/shows/2014/7/2 Democracy Now!, is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on 1,200+ TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream 8-9am ET at http://www.democracynow.org. Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://owl.li/ruJ5Q. FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: https://twitter.com/democracynow YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/democracynow Daily Email: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DemocracyNow Instagram: http://instagram.com/democracynow Tumblr: http://democracynow.tumblr Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/democracynow
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Sweden imports rubbish to fuel waste industry

Sweden imports rubbish to fuel waste industry

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SWEDEN RUBBISH SOURCE: AP TELEVISION RESTRICTIONS: HORIZONS CLIENTS AND AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY CLIENTS ONLY LENGTH: 5.59 Stockholm - 15 November 2012 1. Mid of crane lifting rubbish at Hogdalen waste-to-energy incinerator plant in Stockholm 2. Close of rubbish being disposed of at waste incinerator plant temporary tip 3. Mid of rubbish falling out of chute 4. Close of crane emptying rubbish in waste large oven 5. Tracking shot of employees walking through plant 6. Employee opening hole to show rubbish burning 7. Mid of rubbish burning 8. Close of rubbish burning 9. Wide exterior of Hogdalen waste incinerator plant 10. Close of smoke coming out of chimney Stockholm - 14 November 2012 11. Tracking shot of David Nilsson, a 32-year-old Stockholm resident, recycling newspapers 12. Nilsson recycling bottles and cans 13. Pan of recycling bins 14. SOUNDBITE: (Swedish), David Nilsson, 32-year-old Stockholm resident "Newspapers, carton, plastics, metal, coloured glass and clear glass. I do the first part of the sorting here and then I do the final sorting at the recycling station." Stockholm - 15 November 2012 15. Mid of van empting rubbish into chute at Hogdalen waste incinerator plant 16. Close of van emptying rubbish 17. Mid of van driving away 18. Set-up shot of Swedish Environmental Protection agency advisor, Catarina Ostlund 19. SOUNDBITE; (Swedish), Catarina Ostlund, Swedish Environmental Protection agency advisor "Many countries do not have any incinerators and they have no proper system to recycle materials. Instead they dispose the rubbish on landfills. In Europe alone we dispose around 140-million tons of household waste each year. That is enough to cover the entire country of Switzerland with a 10-centimetre layer of rubbish. It is better if we can use some of this waste in our incinerators here because then we get both heating for our houses and electricity out of it." 20. Close of crane emptying load of rubbish in oven 21. Close of rubbish burning 22. Mid of smoke coming out of chimney Stockholm - 14 November 2012 23. Pan of Greenpeace logo 24. Mid of Greenpeace Sweden director Annika Jacobson speaking to colleague 25. SOUNDBITE: (Swedish), Annika Jacobson, Director of Greenpeace Sweden: "This is a huge problem. In general, the best thing would be if the rubbish were taken care of in the country where it originated. Because of there was no option to send it to another country there would be more of an incentive to recycle and reuse the rubbish. Another problem is that this means high emissions of dangerous substances here in Sweden. We know that rubbish burning causes the release of dioxin for example and this is a very dangerous substance." Stockholm - 15 November 2012 26. Crane lifting rubbish 27. Crane emptying rubbish in oven 28. Ake Wikstrom, Sustainability manager at Fortum, the company that runs the at Hogdalen waste incinerator plant, walking through plant 29. SOUNDBITE: (Swedish), Ake Wikstrom, Sustainability manager at Fortum, the company that runs the at Hogdalen waste incinerator plant: "The absolute worst thing you can do for the environment is to leave the waste in a tip because then greenhouse gases are formed, heavy metals seep in to the groundwater and so on. That is why we have practically stopped disposing waste on landfills here in Sweden. This has been possible because of the incinerator plants. These plants are today extremely environmentally friendly, there are several layers of purification which means that we in principle remove all heavy metals and make sure they never make it out to the environment." 30. Mid of smoke 31. Mid of crane lifting rubbish 32. Close of crane lifting rubbish 33. Wide exterior of plant 35. Exterior of plant LEAD IN You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/41462726700d1dc407d4a4809f3b50f1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A story about swedish wood

A story about swedish wood

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From forestry to finished product. This is a movie about wood as a material in building construction, woodworking industry and furniture. The film has been produced in collaboration with the Swedish Wood - part of the Swedish Forest Industries Federation, Southern Forest Owners Foundation for Research, Development and Education, Northern Forest Research Foundation and SLU.
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Bilfinger Industrial Services Sweden AB – En kort presentation - Corporate Video (Swedish)

Bilfinger Industrial Services Sweden AB – En kort presentation - Corporate Video (Swedish)

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Pig Industry Sweden 2009 2015

Pig Industry Sweden 2009 2015

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Meat, milk, eggs. Three cornerstones of Swedish food consumption, basic goods on each table. But who knows what is hidden behind the packages? How many know your piece of meat’s history? Linda McCartney once said, "If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian." And the fact is that the reality is very far from the advertising being ran on television or the beautiful slogans of animals in happiness which pollutes and brainwashes us. Today, the food industry the most extensive and comprehensive form of animal oppression that exists. Every year, Swedish breeders, transporters, and slaughterhouse execute and slaughter more than 85 million animals to become flesh. Sweden markets often as a country with the world's best animal protection law, but farm animals are living under very harsh conditions. Under the law, all animals are protected from unnecessary suffering and have the right to behave naturally. The law is crystal clear yet many breeders violate this law and are never being prosecuted in accordance to law. Judge for yourself if it reflects reality. We thank Djurrättsalliansen for their devotion on Animal Rights. Their massive time investment and their strength to witness this without knowing that they cannot save the animals. We thank Viva! And Dean Farm Animal Sanctuary for their efforts in rescuing animals doomed for execution and giving them a second chance for life to live and breathe in happiness.
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Big swedish export sawmill

Big swedish export sawmill

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The sawmilling industry is of outmost value to the swedish economy. We have never produce so much lumber as today. Recently we were number four as producers and number two as exporters of sawn goods in the world. This film informs about the process and the machines we use in a modern sawmill of today.
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A film about steel and the steel industry in Sweden

A film about steel and the steel industry in Sweden

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How much do you know about steel and the steel industry in Sweden? In this film you can learn about steel, what it is used for and how the steel industry in Sweden contributes to shaping a better future. Steel is everywhere in society and is used for everything from scissors to reinforcement of concrete. Items which do not contain steel are often produced using steel moulds or shaped with steel tools. Steel is an alloy containing mainly iron, which is the fourth most common element in the earth's crust, and carbon. Modern steel grades often contain other alloying elements. The choice of elements, and the amount used, depends on the properties required from the steel. Our society is completely dependent on steel. So it is not surprising that more steel is used as the population and the standard of living increases.
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#2 Abandoned Industry Ruines in Sweden

#2 Abandoned Industry Ruines in Sweden

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#2 Abandoned Industry Ruines in Sweden This video shows the abandoned industry ruines in Sweden, atleast, what's left of it. We hope you enjoy this video. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Great-Explorer-291311831017378/ Credits to: RicRic on Videezy.
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Automotive industry in Sweden

Automotive industry in Sweden

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The automotive industry in Sweden is mainly associated with passenger car manufacturers Volvo Cars and Saab Automobile but Sweden is also home of two of the largest truck manufacturers in the world: Volvo AB and Scania AB.The automotive industry is heavily dependent on export as some 85 percent of the passenger cars and 95 percent of the heavy vehicles are sold outside of Sweden.The automotive industry and its sub-contractors is a major part of Swedish industry.In 2011 around 110,000 people were employed and the export income of 150 billion SEK accounted for 12 per cent of Sweden’s export income. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Tompen0000 License: Public domain Author(s): Tompen0000 (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Tompen0000) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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Together for the future industry in Sweden

Together for the future industry in Sweden

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Curious about what we do at Swerea IVF? Have a look!
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Manufacturing of Volvo Cars Engine in Skövde, Sweden | AutoMotoTV

Manufacturing of Volvo Cars Engine in Skövde, Sweden | AutoMotoTV

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Subscribe for more car videos: http://bit.ly/AutoMotoTV Manufacturing of Volvo Cars Engine in Skövde, Sweden | AutoMotoTV Follow us @AutoMotoTV - http://www.twitter.com/AutoMotoTV Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CarVideosOnline Google+: http://bit.ly/AutoMotoTVGooglePlus AutoMotoTV - http://www.youtube.com/AutoMotoTV AutoMotoTV Deutsch: http://bit.ly/AutoMotoTVDeutsch
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Sweden Clashes with American Lobster Industry

Sweden Clashes with American Lobster Industry

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A possible ban by the EU on lobster imports has the US and Canadian lobster industries bracing for a fight with the European Union. The discovery of 32 American lobsters in Swedish waters over recent years sparked the conflict. The Scandinavian country called for a ban on imports of the shellfish, claiming they could spread disease and overwhelm native species. The American lobster industry has countered that Sweden's goal is not about science, but business- protecting markets for European lobsters. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/386c25518f464186bf7a2ac026580ce7/Article_2016-04-11-US-European-Lobster-Ban/id-872c1557ec7245ab9f85e9d24cf166e5 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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