I came across this:
While some Scandinavian countries are known to have high levels of suicide, many of them – including Sweden, Finland and Iceland – ranked in the top 10 for happiness. White believes that the suicide rates have more to do with the very dark winters in the region, rather than the quality of life.
Technically it’s correct – “While *some* Scandnavian countries … have high levels of suicide … Sweden, Finland and Iceland ranked in the top 10 for happiness…”
That “some Scandinavian country” is Finland; Sweden (or Iceland – surprisingly) has roughly 1/2 the suicide rate of Finland.