Sweden getting squeezed by others' love of its currency


By Niklas Pollard STOCKHOLM, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Export-reliant Sweden's avoidance of the worst problems of the euro zone crisis may have come at a price: A strong crown risks dampening economic growth by dragging on exporters, who need a favourable exchange rate. The economy has been steadily slowing, and growth this year is set for a relatively anaemic 1 percent, according to the central bank. After the crash following the collapse of Lehman ...

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