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Bye bye Sweden, Germany, Holland, Britain

Old Feb 17th 2007, 12:40 am
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PJ O'Donovan
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Bye Bye Sweden
>From the desk of The Brussels Journal on Thu, 2007-02-15 23:39

A quote from The Local, Sweden's News in English, 15 February 2007

At the same time as immigration to Sweden increased, emigration out of
the country also rose. During 2006, 44,908 people emigrated, an
increase of 18 percent compared to the previous year.

The last time a higher number of people emigrated from Sweden was in
1892, 45,504 people packed their bags and left the country.





See also:

Bye Bye Germany, 10 November 2006

Bye Bye Holland, 10 November 2006

Bye Bye Britain, 13 November 2006
 
Old Feb 17th 2007, 2:10 am
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Runge
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Get back to your evleth debates elsewhere

"PJ O'Donovan" <[email protected]> a √©crit dans le message de news:
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> Bye Bye Sweden
>>From the desk of The Brussels Journal on Thu, 2007-02-15 23:39
>
> A quote from The Local, Sweden's News in English, 15 February 2007
>
> At the same time as immigration to Sweden increased, emigration out of
> the country also rose. During 2006, 44,908 people emigrated, an
> increase of 18 percent compared to the previous year.
>
> The last time a higher number of people emigrated from Sweden was in
> 1892, 45,504 people packed their bags and left the country.
>
>
>
>
>
> See also:
>
> Bye Bye Germany, 10 November 2006
>
> Bye Bye Holland, 10 November 2006
>
> Bye Bye Britain, 13 November 2006
>
 
Old Feb 17th 2007, 3:36 am
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Lennart Petersen
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"PJ O'Donovan" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
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> Bye Bye Sweden
>>From the desk of The Brussels Journal on Thu, 2007-02-15 23:39
>
> A quote from The Local, Sweden's News in English, 15 February 2007
>
> At the same time as immigration to Sweden increased, emigration out of
> the country also rose. During 2006, 44,908 people emigrated, an
> increase of 18 percent compared to the previous year.
>
Sweden is a member of EU and the Nordic labour union. People are moving
around simply not leaving definately. It's quite common for young people
to move abroad for an experience and be back after one or another year.
The emigration also includes refugees returning home to their countries when
the situation is more stabile. Possible when they've earned some money to
establish a business or so at home.

> The last time a higher number of people emigrated from Sweden was in
> 1892, 45,504 people packed their bags and left the country.
>
Can't be compared.
 
Old Feb 17th 2007, 4:00 am
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Tom Peel
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Lennart Petersen wrote:
> "PJ O'Donovan" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
> news:[email protected] oups.com...
>
>>Bye Bye Sweden
>>>From the desk of The Brussels Journal on Thu, 2007-02-15 23:39
>>
>>A quote from The Local, Sweden's News in English, 15 February 2007
>>
>>At the same time as immigration to Sweden increased, emigration out of
>>the country also rose. During 2006, 44,908 people emigrated, an
>>increase of 18 percent compared to the previous year.
>>
>
> Sweden is a member of EU and the Nordic labour union. People are moving
> around simply not leaving definately. It's quite common for young people
> to move abroad for an experience and be back after one or another year.
> The emigration also includes refugees returning home to their countries when
> the situation is more stabile. Possible when they've earned some money to
> establish a business or so at home.

You don't really expect PJ O'Moron to take any notice, do you?

>
>
>>The last time a higher number of people emigrated from Sweden was in
>>1892, 45,504 people packed their bags and left the country.
>>
>
> Can't be compared.
>
>
 
Old Feb 17th 2007, 6:27 am
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Lennart Petersen
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"Tom Peel" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
news:[email protected]...
> Lennart Petersen wrote:
>> "PJ O'Donovan" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
>> news:[email protected] oups.com...
>>
>>>Bye Bye Sweden
>>>>From the desk of The Brussels Journal on Thu, 2007-02-15 23:39
>>>
>>>A quote from The Local, Sweden's News in English, 15 February 2007
>>>
>>>At the same time as immigration to Sweden increased, emigration out of
>>>the country also rose. During 2006, 44,908 people emigrated, an
>>>increase of 18 percent compared to the previous year.
>>>
>>
>> Sweden is a member of EU and the Nordic labour union. People are moving
>> around simply not leaving definately. It's quite common for young
>> people to move abroad for an experience and be back after one or another
>> year.
>> The emigration also includes refugees returning home to their countries
>> when the situation is more stabile. Possible when they've earned some
>> money to establish a business or so at home.
>
> You don't really expect PJ O'Moron to take any notice, do you?
>
Not much I'm afraid.
 

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