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Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden , is a Nordic country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe. Its capital city is Stockholm. It is surrounded by Norway (west), Finland (northeast), the Skagerrak, Kattegat and Oresund straits and the Baltic Sea (east). It has maritime borders with Denmark, Germany, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, and it is also linked to Denmark by the ï¿½resund Bridge. It has been a member of the European Union since 1995.
Sweden has a low population density except in its metropolitan areas; 84 percent of the population lives in urban areas, which take up only 1.3 percent of the total land area. The citizens enjoy a high standard of living and the country is generally perceived as modern and liberal, with an organizational and corporate culture that is non-hierarchical and collectivistic compared to its Anglo-Saxon counterparts. Nature conservation, environmental protection and energy efficiency are generally prioritized in policy making and embraced by the general public in Sweden.
Sweden has a long tradition as a major exporter of iron, copper and timber. Improved transportation and communication allowed more remote natural assets to be utilized on a larger scale, most notably timber and iron ore. In the 1890s, universal schooling and industrialization enabled the country to develop a successful manufacturing industry and by the twentieth century, Sweden emerged as a welfare state, consistently achieving a high position among the top-ranking countries in the UN Human Development Index (HDI). Sweden has a rich supply of water power, but lacks significant oil and coal deposits.
Thirteen of the municipalities that were cities before 1971 use the old names when it is possible: the City of Borï¿½s, the City of Gothenburg, the City of Haparanda, the City of Helsingborg, the City of Lidingï¿½, the City of Malmï¿½, the City of Mï¿½lndal, the City of Solna, the City of Stockholm, the City of Sundbyberg, the City of Trollhï¿½ttan, the City of Vaxholm, and the City of Vï¿½sterï¿½s. This is a decision made by the municipalities themselves, and in legal situations they still use the official name with "Municipality". Also, governmental authorities refer to them by their legal names. Linkï¿½ping Municipality calls its council speaker "Mayor", but never uses the name "City of Linkï¿½ping".
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