Central government budget
An important part of the Government’s work to realise its policies is to draw up proposals on the central government budget. The proposals are submitted to the Riksdag in the spring and autumn.
Sweden praised in new OECD report
OECD Secretary-General Mr Angel Gurría has today presented their report on Sweden’s economic situation. This time a special focus is on equality and gender equality. The OECD also expresses clear support for the Government’s fiscal policy. The report is part of the OECD’s regular review of the economies of its member countries.
The Budget Bill for 2017: Building our society – taking responsibility for Sweden
The Budget Bill for 2017 presented to the Riksdag today contains the Government’s proposals to continue building our society.
Swedish economy still strong
Sweden demonstrates continued economic strength, with positive and stable growth, reduced unemployment and substantially strengthened public finances with a surplus also this year. This is the message from Minister for Finance Magdalena Andersson as she presents the Ministry of Finance’s latest economic and public finances forecast today.
Review of surplus target completed
In September 2016 the Government received the parliamentary inquiry report ‘A review of the surplus target’ (SOU 2016:67), led by Jens Henriksson. The Inquiry proposes, among other things, that the level of the surplus target be amended to 0.33 per cent of GDP, that follow-up of the surplus target is tightened and that the framework be supplemented with a debt anchor.
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