Monthly Archives: January 2009

Trade Talk: Lingonberries Could Get Squeezed

January 21, 2009
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Trade Talk: Lingonberries Could Get Squeezed

As I am writing this towards the end of a pretty long and harsh winter, it is a bit difficult to imagine that spring is coming soon. If we think of winter as a metaphor for the increasingly difficult...

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Ralph Meima: Vermont Looks to Sweden for Good Energy

January 21, 2009
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Ralph Meima: Vermont Looks to Sweden for Good Energy

Energy was not the only topic that a group of 16 Vermont-based business persons, academics, and MBA students had on their minds when they traveled to Skåne and Kronoberg in early December. But it was certainly the dominant...

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SACC Can Help Swedish Clean Tech Companies Make the U.S.A. More Green

January 2, 2009
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SACC Can Help Swedish Clean Tech Companies Make the U.S.A. More Green

President Barack Obama moved fast and forcefully in getting the “American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan” through Congress. The plan is simple and straightforward – doing what is long overdue: investing money, lots of money in clean energy, health care,...

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