Swedish unions fail to support euro entry bid

With Sweden set to vote on the euro in September, the yes camp has suffered a blow after a leading union refused to give its backing to the single currency.

Source: Reuters

The campaign to take Sweden into the euro suffered a setback Monday when the country's main trade union confederation refused to give its support.

The blue-collar LO said it would remain neutral ahead of the September 14 euro referendum after the Social Democratic government rejected the confederation's demand for a buffer fund

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