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Sweden’s right-wing opposition has narrowly overtaken the lead from Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson’s camp in an early count after the weekend’s election. The bloc that includes the nationalist Sweden Democrats is likely to gain 175 seats in Sunday’s vote. Niclas Rolander reports on Bloomberg Television.
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