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Old May 3rd, 2011, 12:01 AM   #1
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MISC | Future winner regions and cities in Sweden

Ok, I saw a simular thread in the Danish forum and I thought that it were a pretty good idea. So I made up on for Sweden to just because I was so curious of what areas, regions and cities you guys think are going to grow the most in the future!


Ok, so let me know what do you think?



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Old May 3rd, 2011, 12:04 AM   #2
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Me myself I think that stockholm is going to continue to grow, atleast if they solve the housing problem! How many inhabitants do you think stockholm got in... let's say 50 years??

I also think that Malmö and the whole Öresund region will grow pretty much!
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Old May 3rd, 2011, 12:26 AM   #3
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I read somewhere that when it comes to the three largest cities then Stockholm is the only city which would grow without immigration while both Gothenburg and Malmö would have it's population reduced. Don't know how accurate that article was though!
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Old May 3rd, 2011, 12:30 AM   #4
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For the whole of Sweden then I read yesterday that the 10 million people mark will be passed by 2021.
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Old May 3rd, 2011, 01:42 AM   #5
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Ok, but it sounds very strange that Gothenburg and Malmö would have reduced population ot atleast I've never heard of that, I thought that all of Swedens three largest cities had a pretty huge population growth but maybe that's wrong? I acctually don't know!




I heard somewhere that Malmö are bulding very much new apartments and houses, Some1 know how much Malmö grows wach year? Or how much the population will be in let's say 20 years or more?




Some1 know how much Gotheburg grows and how many who will live there in the future?





When it comes to the whole nations population I read somewhere that it will reach 10 million in 2018 but that's probably wrong because I have also read that it will be 2021.




But otherwise wich regions will be the winners in the future? :

The öresund region and Skåne.

The West coast region, with gothenburg offcourse.

The capital region wich I include both Uppland and Södermanland.

Maybe the whole Mälardalen Region?

Or östergötland with Norrköping-Linköping?





Wich will be the largest winner Götaland or Svealand??


Any larger growing areas in Norrland?


Large infrastructure projects that will boost a regions growth?




The questions are many as you see and don't be afraid to tell what you think!


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Old May 3rd, 2011, 01:45 AM   #6
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I think Malmö will be the "winner" region. Great climate, geographically perfect position which is taken care of in a much better way since the bridge over oresond was built. The city also has a great attitude. Like Percy Nilsson and Zlatan Ibrahimovic all together. Not strange that there seems to be no limits for the city.
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Old May 3rd, 2011, 01:52 AM   #7
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Yes that's my thoughts too, I would really like to see Malmö grow and become a really large and cool modern city, because in some way it's feels like the entrance to Sweden from Europe. And I would really love to be welcomed to Sweden by a large and cool city with scyscrapers, Modern architecture and good infrastructure!

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Old May 3rd, 2011, 01:55 AM   #8
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Yes that's my thoughts too, I would really like to see Malmö grow and become a really large and cool modern city, because in some way it feels like the entrance to Sweden from Europe. And I would really love to be welcomed to Sweden by a large and cool city with scyscrapers, Modern architecture and good infrastructure!
Ehm, and it would officially be named Copenhagen!
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Old May 3rd, 2011, 02:04 AM   #9
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What I don't understand what you mean, why should it be called Copenhagen? If it were a joke of some kind, I feel really stupid that I don't get it but Sorry!
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What I don't understand what you mean, why should it be called Copenhagen? If it were a joke of some kind, I feel really stupid that I don't get it but Sorry!
Obviously, Malmö is a part of the Öresund region and usually is referred to be a 'suburb' of Copenhagen. The cities are related to each other quite much and in the future they would be considered as one.
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I think that Umeå as a university city up north has a lot of growing potential and seeing all projects which is going on there (and several of them are really interesting) they look confident too.

They are challenged by Sundsvall who wants to see it self as the capital of the North.
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It is a pity that Gothenburg isn't located closer to the norwegian border and that Oslo isn't located closer to the swedish border, now that would have been something!
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It is a pity that Gothenburg isn't located closer to the norwegian border
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There was a whole sentence with Oslo being closer to the Swedish border too!
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Not to be nagging, but the easternmost parts of Oslo are less then 50 km away from the Swedish border. That's more than close enough for me!

http://maps.google.no/maps?f=d&sourc...,1.234589&z=10
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Not to be nagging, but the easternmost parts of Oslo are less then 50 km away from the Swedish border. That's more than close enough for me!

http://maps.google.no/maps?f=d&sourc...,1.234589&z=10
What I ment by with whole sentence was that it would have been great if Oslo and Gothenburg would have been located closer to each other, hence gothenburg closer to the norwegian border and Oslo closer to the swedish one. It just would have been great that's all! A Copenhagen-Malmö feel!

(You pick on me in post after post after post, it's unbelievable! You even keep correcting my english in posts, even though I've told you several times I suck at english, so I will get it wrong over and over again)
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Oslo should have been located here:
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What I ment by with whole sentence was that it would have been great if Oslo and Gothenburg would have been located closer to each other, hence gothenburg closer to the norwegian border and Oslo closer to the swedish one. It just would have been great that's all! A Copenhagen-Malmö feel!

(You pick on me in post after post after post, it's unbelievable! You even keep correcting my english in posts, even though I've told you several times I suck at english, so I will get it wrong over and over again)
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Solna har Sveriges bästa företagsklimat

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http://www.solna.se/sv/om-solna/nyhe...oretagsklimat/
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