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Iceland is the Safest Place in the World, Again!

Iceland has topped a list of safest countries in the world. The list, curated by ‘Global Finance Magazine,’ considered war and peace, crime rates and natural disasters to work out a Safety Score Index to rate countries. The list included 123 of the 193 countries recognised by the UN. European countries dominated the top 20 safest nations on the list. The data used to assess each country came from the World Economic Forum and the Global Peace Index. Despite the high earthquake rate (up to 500 per week) and many active volcanoes, Iceland landed in the number one spot. The main reason for this was Iceland’s incredibly low crime rate. Iceland has no military, and violent crime is so uncommon here that police officers do not need to carry firearms. For a population under 400,000 there is quite a high number of guns in the country (almost 90,000 firearms), but practically zero gun violence. The last gun-related death was in 2007.

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Huhtamäki helps McDonald’s go green

The Finnish packaging company Huhtamäki has signed a deal to supply McDonald’s with sustainable paper straws in the UK and across Europe
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Norway's first private city adopts City Coin

Liberstad, Norway’s first private city, has adopted City Coin as its official currency. City Coin is a secure and innovative cryptocurrency based on City Chain
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THQ Nordic acquires award-winning Warhorse Studios, the studio behind Kingdom Come: Deliverance

THQ Nordic AB's subsidiary Koch Media GmbH has entered into an agreement to acquire Prague-based Warhorse Studios
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Norway poised to become a subsea powerhouse

Norway is seeing a flurry of interest from cable operators, data centre operators and OTT players
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Denmark sees record spike in overnight stays

Denmark’s tourism industry has enjoyed significant growth in recent years
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Sweden's Cashless Experiment: Is It Too Much Too Fast?

No other country is dropping cash as fast as Sweden. In 2018, only 13 percent of Swedes reported using cash for a recent purchase
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Denmark targets ban on all fluorinated chemicals in FCMs

The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration is to "examine the possibilities" of a national ban on the use of all organic fluorine compounds in paper and cardboard food packaging
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Finland earmarks funds for new rail links between Helsinki, Turku and Tampere

Anne Berner, the Minister of Transport and Communications, has revealed
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HKScan to scrap black plastic packaging in Sweden and Finland

Nordic meat and meals company HKScan has announced that it will replace all black plastic packaging in Sweden and Finland by the end of this year
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Nokian Tyres: 34% of people anticipate tires responding to weather

Totally 34% of European driver anticipate in the future tires that will react automatically to the weather.
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Škoda Transportation supplies 250 trams for Prague

Škoda Transportation completed the supply of a total of 250 ForCity Alfa trams for the Prague
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