Extreme World: Swedish clean reputation 'being corrupted'

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Sweden consistently tops surveys and polls as among the least corrupt places in the world to do business.

But the honeymoon of the Crown Princess Viktoria was paid for by a business tycoon, a move which prompted some concern.

Meanwhile the Swedish National Anti-Corruption Unit is understaffed and has to rely on police from other departments to help investigations.

So is Sweden's clean reputation wholly deserved? Pascale Harter reports from Stockholm.

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