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This is an audio transcript of the FT News Briefing podcast episode: ‘Israel-Hamas truce extended’Marc Filippino Good morning from the Financial Times. Today is Tuesday, November 28th. And this is your FT News Briefing.
Tesla’s refusal to sign a collective agreement in Sweden risks undermining the long-term future of the Swedish model that has underpinned decades of economic success in the Scandinavian country, according to the union leader taking on Elon Musk’s carmaker. Marie Nilsson, the head of the IF Metall union behind the strike against Tesla, told the Financial Times that the famed Swedish model — developed in the 1930s — was at the heart of the country’s prosperity, with employers and unions taking joint decisions on the labour market. The dispute between Tesla and Swedish unions has escalated in recent days.