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In October 2020, Dubai will host the World Expo. With more than 190 international participating countries, it is expected to attract 25 million visits during the six months of the event.

Gulf News has highlighted what it thinks are the most beautiful pavilions at Expo 2020. Guess what? Sweden is on the list!

Design Diary: Most Beautiful pavilions at the Dubai Expo 2020. As we inch closer to the much awaited global event, here is a glimpse into what to expect. " designs for more and more pavilions are revealed, these stand out for me."


Of course, we want to attract more foreign investments and Expo 2020 gives us a chance to reach out to potential investors." Ann Linde, Minister for Foreign Trade

Strengthen the image of Sweden, promote tourism, export and trade – that was the message when Ann Linde, Minister for Foreign Trade, addressed the recently appointed National committee (with representatives from various regional, trade and industry clusters). The purpose of this meeting was to create a sense of commitment and enthusiasm for the Swedish participation at Expo 2020.
Now the trees for the Swedish pavilion at Expo 2020 - The Forest - are being felled. By using timber rather than cement and/or steel, approximately 3000 tons of carbon dioxides are not being emitted. Sustainability in practise! 

Swedish television in Dalarna covers the "harvesting" 30 sec.

During the spring, meetings have been taking place on a regional level to mobilize smaller Swedish companies and regions. These meetings have been organized to promote exports for small and medium sized companies. If this is something that sounds interesting to you, please contact:

Meet our partners in "Expo 2020 to us"

Katarina Ageborg, CEO AstraZeneca Sweden: “The Swedish pavilion represents a credible platform to highlight opportunities for sustainable health in the future. We are looking forward to inspiring discussions, meetings and co-creation connected to our attractive pavilion”. #AstraZeneca Read more...

You have probably seen this graphic before.

But do you know how it come about? It was a Swedish
designer - Jakob Trollbäck - who got the difficult and demanding task of helping the UN to clarify its global sustainability goals. Mattias Hansson, program director at the Swedish pavilion gives us the full story.

192 countries will come together to make Expo 2020 a once-in-a-lifetime experience that connects humanity and creates a better future for all. Meet our Commissioner General Anders Lönnberg in the pod Swenglanese and film by Expo 2020 Dubai talking why Expo 2020 in Dubai is the place to be!
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Sweden at Expo 2020 in Dubai · Utrikesdepartementet · UD FH/Expo 2020 · Stockholm 10339 · Sweden

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