Sweden has the best reputation in the world. Accoridng to the world’s largest survey on countries’ reputation.

In Reputation Institute’s annual survey of countries’ international reputation, the global reputation index,  Sweden claims first place. This means that Sweden is climbing from the third place in the past two years, surpassing last year’s winner of Canada. Our neighboring countries Norway, Finland and Denmark, are on the 4th, 5th and 6th place.

The countries with the best reputation in the world:

1.Sweden

2. Canada

3.Switzerland

4. Australia

5. Norway

6. Finland

7. New Zealand

8. Denmark

9. Ireland

10. The Netherlands

Source: Reputation Institute

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has published an article about International Monetary Funds (IMF) predictions on increase of world trade and its positive impact for growth of our societies.

There is wide consensus that liberalization of trade and FDI can lead to improved resource allocation across firms and sectors, boosting productivity and output. 


We have for long known that trade barriers are damaging for finacial growth. So trade facilitation is necessary for development.

If you want to read the article, click here: How IMF thinks trafe can boost growth

An hour ago Zlatan Ibrahimovic announced his new club, Manchester United. 


Ibra will join Jose Mourinhos new team to reclaim the Premier League title. And what a derby it will be towards Pep Guardiolas Man City! 


This has been a well kept secret. Now it is official. This will be a great season. 

Ibra arrives to England to conquer a new country, a new league, a new club, new titles. 

British media writes tonight: “He is the largest, global superstar that United have ever recruited”. 

Ibra is home. Manchester United is back.