In a major global trade deal, Sweden is looking to the international trade arena as it gears up to host the 2018 World Cup.
But with that international partnership, the nation has been forced to take a look at how the international market works and how it can help shape the future of the sport.
Sweden’s International Trade Ministry says it has developed an official blueprint to help the country’s international trade in all industries.
Its chief negotiator, Andreas Nystrom, has also been appointed the head of the countrys international trade department.
But it will take years for the plan to be put into place and the details to be agreed, which will then have to be approved by parliament.
This means that it may take years until the first deals are struck.
Swedes Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has been vocal about the need for the country to be a global leader, and he has even called for a new era of international trade.
The plan aims to be implemented by 2020, and the country is hoping that the deal will help them become a global power.
Swedish international trade has a significant impact on Swedish society, and its important to see that the country has a plan in place to help achieve that goal, Mr Nystrom said.
Switzerland is also preparing to host this summer’s tournament, and while Switzerland is known for its open-door immigration policy, it is not known whether the country will also welcome international players.
Swiss President Johann Schneider-Ammann said last year that Switzerland would welcome players from other countries.
Swede international trade minister Mr Nystrott says the country was not looking to change the rules of the game, but to help bring the sport back to the forefront.
Swessan sports minister Lars Bergstrom has also pledged to create a “new model of the global game”, which is a model that focuses on “innovation and collaboration”.
The World Cup is set to be held in 2022, and a new chapter in the history of the world’s sporting competition is about to start.