A Doubtful Swedish-American Venture in the Medical Field
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"The Bactiguard Fairy Tale"

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1 Introduction
2 Start of the fairy tale and its leading characters
2.1 Thomas Lundeberg - physician, researcher, and inventor      
2.2 Billy Södervall - technician and inventor
2.3 Gunnar Walstam - economist and entrepreneur
2.4 Astrid Deeth - the anonymous
3 Lundeberg and Södervall start to cooperate
4 Hans Liedberg enters the stage
5 The consultant Gunnar Walstam turns up
6 Business started via Walstam & Partners
7 Meco Trust 
7.1 A business concept is worked out
7.2 A trust agreement signed by four beneficiaries
7.3 Patents applied for by the Jersey company
7.4 Patent licenses sold to the USA
7.5 Large incomes without a corresponding effort
8 Time to retire
8.1 New owners enter what becomes Bactiguard AB
8.2 The patents are sold to Bactiguard
8.3 Remaining ownership parts in Bactiguard are sold
9 Bactiguard expands  
9.1 Kinch and von Koch take the control  
9.2 The ownership is moved out of Sweden  
9.3 Subsidiaries and a parent company are set up
10 Government and state support Bactiguard
11 Authorities unable to act  
12 Green light for careless business methods   
12.1 Is the silver coating of catheters effective? 
12.2 Misleading marketing and uncritical customers 
13 The role of Karolinska Institutet  
14 Uninterested authorities 
14.1 The economic crime authority does not care
14.2 The tax authority examines the patent sale 
15 Tax havens and economic crime  
15.1 Definitions of tax havens and economic crime
15.2 The tax “planning” of Bactiguard 
16 What is done politically against tax havens?
17 Lack of critical examination in the media
18 Summary 
19  Sources
20  Abbreviations 
21  References and notes 
22  Index 

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