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Mundus International delivers daily news direct to your inbox. Designed specifically for professionals and all for a fraction of the cost of a daily cup of coffee.
Mundus News is written for foreign professionals working in Sweden, who need to understand the diversity of views and opinion in Swedish society. It is for businesses, trade groups, embassies and NGOs who are looking for English-language coverage of Swedish news. The news is also useful for Swedes who need a concise summary of what’s going on in Sweden.
Mundus News covers important national and regional issues under 7 distinct segments;
- Editorial Sweep: What is the position of Sweden’s major newspapers
- Today’s Opinion: Debate articles written by leaders from politics, industry and academics
- News: The top 5 - 8 stories of the day
- Business & the Economy: Coverage of business news, finance and economics
- International Media: What are foreign papers saying about Sweden
- Society: Culture, sports and insights to the Swedish society
- On the Agenda Today: Key events to watch-out for
The following online versions of Sweden’s major newspapers are covered: Dagens Nyheter, Svenska Dagbladet, Aftonbladet, GöteborgsPosten, Sydsvenskan, Dagens Industri, DalaDemokraten and Expressen. In addition we also monitor Sveriges Radio and Sveriges Television (including SVT’s Agenda) for important issues.
The Business & Economy section cover news sources including the major business dailies, news sites such as Breakit, Di Digital and IDG, and periodicals such as Veckans Affärer and Affärsvärlden. Close attention is paid to Sweden's buzzing start-up scene. It also contains direct reporting of source material from agencies such as Finansinspektionen and the Riksbank and opinions from organisations such as Svenskt Näringsliv and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
→Mundus News offers insights to Sweden for expatriates wanting to understand more about the society in which they work and live;
→Receiving the news before 9am each day means that they arrive to the office briefed and ready to engage, confident that they know what’s influencing Swedish decision-makers on that day;
→Arriving by email onto a smartphone suits many people, who have busy lives and enjoy reading the news during whenever it suits them, be that on the commute or over a morning coffee;
→Mundus News receives consistent applause for being more accurate with reporting the stories that really matter, and the punchy format is also praised for holding people’s attention;
→Our subscribers appreciate being able to access opinions from regional Sweden – not just the capital, and also understanding how both sides of politics are thinking.