Borlänge (bôrˈlĕngˌə) [key], city (1990 pop. 39,150), Kopparberg co., S central Sweden, on the Dalälven River; chartered 1944. It has major factories manufacturing iron, steel, and paper and also has sawmills, machine shops, slaughterhouses, leather goods factories, and a school of engineering.
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