Mining is a growing industry in Sweden, and it has some interesting aspects to offer in terms of investment.
First and foremost, it has a large and growing population.
Sweden has the highest per capita consumption of iron ore in the world, and the mining industry employs about 7 percent of the country’s population.
This is despite the country having one of the lowest rates of unemployment in the EU.
This fact is important for the investment in the mining sector, as it means that the country has a relatively stable economic future and its population will be relatively healthy.
In addition, Swedish mining companies are able to leverage the countrys relatively large and diverse mining sector for their own benefit, and for that matter, many other mining companies can too.
In order to understand the mining landscape in Sweden’s mining sector and how to invest, we need to start by looking at the mining companies that operate in the country.
These companies make up a large part of the Swedish iron ore industry, and there are a few major mining companies in the top tier of mining.
The biggest is Swedish Platinum, which is the fourth largest iron ore producer in the Scandinavian country, and has a market cap of $8.8 billion.
Swedish Platinum has a huge portfolio of assets, and is one of Sweden’s largest mining companies.
While it doesn’t have a lot of money, it also doesn’t seem to have any problems making its investments.
In the past, it made its first investment in 2014 with $100 million, which paid off.
That investment is now valued at $1.3 billion, and this year, it was the biggest single investor in Swedish Platinum.
In 2018, Swedish Platinum made another major investment in order to expand its holdings.
This time, it paid out a $200 million deal to buy shares of Swedish Diamond, which made up part of its investment portfolio.
This deal paid off, as the company gained a total market cap to $7.5 billion.
While the company still doesn’t own all of the shares of Diamond, it does own a significant portion of the company’s shares.
Swedish Platinum has also made several other major investments.
First, it acquired a majority stake in Swedish Diamond in 2016.
In 2017, it sold a controlling interest to another Swedish mining company, E.ON, which was part of Swedish Platinum’s investment portfolio in 2017.
The Swedish company is currently the largest player in the global iron ore market, and its share value is worth $8 billion at the time of writing.
ON has also been active in the iron ore sector, with a stake in one of Swedish platinum’s most popular projects, the Janssens mine.
The company has invested in several other projects in the last few years, including the proposed mine at Poggivskog in Sweden.
Finally, Swedish Diamond has recently bought an investment in Finnish mining company Japanskog, which has recently started mining the Lösefjord in southern Sweden.
In total, Sweden’s top mining companies have invested in about 1,500 mines in the past five years, according to Swedish Mining Institute.
This gives Swedish Platinum and Swedish Diamond a combined total of about $2.2 billion in assets.