Economic policy is about ensuring the efficient functioning of the Swedish economy, moderating the ups and downs in the economy and redistributing economic resources between individuals and over time.
News about economic policy
New forecast: Strong Swedish economy
The Swedish economy is in recovery, with growth this year and next expected to be considerably stronger than previously foreseen. We believe GDP growth in 2015 will reach 3.6 per cent, which is the highest growth rate for more than four years. This is the message from Minister for Finance Magdalena Andersson, presenting the Ministry of Finance’s latest forecast for the economy and public finances today.
Amending budget in response to refugee situation
In an amending budget submitted to the Riksdag today, the Government is proposing an expenditure increase of SEK 11 billion. The main part of this amount consists of temporary support to municipalities and civil society in order to handle the current refugee situation.
The Budget Bill for 2016 – Investing in Sweden’s future
In the Budget Bill for 2016, to be presented to the Riksdag today, the Government proposes investments in jobs, schools and climate action.
A new normal or a return to the old one: what does our future hold?
Monday October 19 the Minister of Finance Magdalena Andersson discussed macroeconomic challenges and policy options with Catherine L. Mann from OECD among others.
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