The Swedish death cleaner business is booming, but it’s still struggling to keep up with demand for its products.
The business was once a household name, but has fallen behind its competitors in recent years.
Last year, the business was valued at more than $6 billion, according to Forbes.
Now, the company has a brand new CEO and a new focus: cleaning.
According to Business Insider, the Swedes are investing $1 billion in new technology to get their products to market faster.
Sweden is one of the few countries where death cleaning is still legal.
According to the country’s health minister, the new bill is meant to protect the health of the country.
It also aims to create an environment where companies can flourish, without the fear of being fined or banned from markets.
“It’s an old-fashioned model, which has been successful in Sweden for years,” Bjorn Borg, the minister, said.
“We need to take that to the next level and put a bit more emphasis on technology.”
Sweden’s laws are still in flux, with the new legislation only going into effect next month.
If it passes, it will make it illegal to sell products that are not certified to kill germs, but also to clean and sanitize.
According the new regulations, the products that need to be tested for germs will need to have at least 10 percent germs.
If that’s not done, the product can’t be sold.