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Getting around: Stockholm has an extensive underground system that runs late into the night to ensure everyone can get home safely, With 72 hour passes costing 260 kronor for adults (just over PS21), and 170 kronor (just under PS14), you can pay for your travel at the beginning of your trip, and just tap in for each journey you take.
The financing accord comes on top of an efficiency programme, introduced in November 2012 and aimed to deliver 3 billion kronor in savings.
Elsewhere across the globe, Ericsson enjoyed a particularly strong first quarter in China and North East Asia, where sales rocketed 74 percent to 8.6 billion kronor ($1.4bn).
"The lower provisions for Baltic credit losses, 1.4 billion kronor compared with 2.6 billion in the previous quarter, also mirrors the overall stabilization in the region."
The popularity of H&M's autumn collection, which included a one-off collection designed by Dutch designers Viktor & Rolf, saw fourth quarter sales increase by 8% to 19.5 billion kronor (pounds 1.4bn).
Five courses, including wine costs 830 Kronor (EUR89) and seven courses, with wine, costs just over 1000 Kronor (EUR107).
The redesign of the 1000 Kronor follows that of its lower denomination counterparts which have each in turn been upgraded over the past five years and all of which now feature holographic stripes.
The offer will be in the form of 16.5 kronor in cash and 1.
Pretax profits rose 29 per cent in the period from December to February to 2.31 billion Swedish kronor and were helped by fewer markdowns, a weaker US dollar and lower sales and administration costs.
Pre-tax profits rose 29pc in the period from December to February to 2.31 billion Swedish kronor (pounds 172m) and were helped by fewer markdowns, a weaker US dollar and lower sales and administration costs.
"The global market potential for the Alfdex system is estimated to over [1 billion kronor (about 144.4 million)] yearly," said Alfdex AB president Mats Ekeroth.
Worldwide in the first half, Household Appliances' operating profits after depreciation fell to $180.27 million (1.20 billion Swedish kronor).