What'll it be Sweden, in September's euro vote?

September's vote on adopting the euro has Sweden on edge this article reports. So, is it ja or nej? Just a year ago, the yes side was well ahead. But a sluggish euro zone, along with a slowdown at home, has helped shift sentiment sharply.

First published by BusinessWeek, 4 August.

In high summer, Stockholm shakes free of its usual gloom. During the daytime, the bright sun picks out the Gothic spires and pastel facades dotted around the winding shores of the harbor. In the evenings, the bluish

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