In 2020, Koenigsegg plans to launch a new “less expensive” model.
The Swedish Transport Agency approves the permit application filed by T Engineering AB for testing autonomous vehicles on public roads.
In Cambodia, Sweden has been one of the largest donors and supporters for development in the education sector.
Sweden’s new ambassador to Cambodia pledged to enhance bilateral relations.
Sweden expresses support for Cambodia’s development plan, a senior official said.
Cambodia and Sweden are seeking to strengthen cooperation in the labour sector.
A two-year project aimed at providing solutions to environmental problems is set.
Sweden is contributing $268,000 to the Arbitration Council Foundation.
Sweden is contributing $268,000 to the Arbitration Council Foundation to strengthen the country’s industrial relations
It is inarguable that high qua-lity research is one of the core elements for developing countries to create feasible and highly effective strategies towards economic, educatio-nal, environmental and social prosperity.
A tour to World Cup 2022 host Qatar by the Nordic football associations has forced players to confront their consciences.
Ceasefire agreement with the Houthi rebels went into effect at midnight.
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England celebrates reaching the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in a generation as Russia comes to terms.
A deflected shot from Emil Forsberg gives Sweden a 1-0 victory over Switzerland in a dull World Cup round of 16 match.
German fans had their hopes of a fifth World Cup title dashed on after watching their team crash out of the tournament.
UK’s departure from the EU leads nearly half of big companies to cut investment.
Germany coach Joachim Loew says his team were rewarded for not losing their nerve.
North Korea is in talks with the US and Sweden to release three Americans.
Some employers in Sweden are making on-the-job exercise compulsory.
The victims are Cambodian and other two Europeans, from Sweden and Germany.
Prime Minister Hun Sen accuses former opposition leaders of taking workers hostage by calling on foreign nations to stop buying Cambodian goods.
Sweden says it is stopping new aid for Cambodia, except in education and research, and would no longer support a reform programme.
Andrea Pirlo joins the criticism after Italy’s loss leaves them on the brink of missing World Cup.
China informs Sweden that it has freed a bookseller detained for publishing books on the personal lives of President Xi Jinping.
Sweden says it will rethink its engagement with Cambodia if the opposition CNRP is dissolved, in the strongest warning yet.