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Spring Fiscal Policy Bill 2015: A Sweden that keeps together

Today the Government is presenting its proposed direction for economic policy ahead of the Budget Bill for 2016.

"Sweden is facing a number of major future challenges that we must tackle. At the same time, the large deficits mean that our reforms must be fully funded. We are now prioritising investments in our common future for more jobs and greater competitiveness, knowledge-based education in equal schools with time for each pupil, a better environment and increased welfare and security," says Minister for Finance Magdalena Andersson.

Ministers at the Ministry of Enterprise. From left: Mehmet Kaplan, Sven-Erik Bucht, Mikael Damberg and Anna Johansson. Photo: Sandra Wiaderny

New Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation as of 1 January 2015

The Government's objective is that Sweden will have the lowest unemployment in the EU by 2020. The new Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation will be the hub of activities to create jobs and sustainable growth throughout the country.

Conny Wahlström appointed as State Secretary

The Swedish Government has appointed Conny Wahlström as State Secretary to the Minister for Housing, Urban Development and Information Technology, Mehmet Kaplan.

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A Sweden that keeps together - Budget Bill for 2015

On 23 October the Government submitted its proposal for the central government budget for 2015 to the Riksdag. The Government is investing around SEK 25 billion in 2015 in reforms for more jobs, better results in schools, a better environment and a sustainable climate as well as reforms to protect the Swedish model.

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