Swedish gov't moves for trade union EMU support

In a bid to reduce opposition to the euro, a report says the Swedish government is preparing to set aside money to protect jobs, in exchange for trade union votes in the upcoming referendum.

Source: Dagens Nyheter daily

The Swedish government, facing growing opposition to adopting the euro ahead of a September referendum, has agreed to set aside special funds to protect jobs in exchange for trade union support for the euro, the Dagens Nyheter daily reported.

Although a member of the European Uni

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