Enterprise and industry
Enterprise and industrial policy concerns creating conditions for more jobs and growing companies. The area includes conditions for entrepreneurship and enterprise – such as issues concerning regulatory simplification and supplementary funding, and developing and strengthening the innovative capacity of Swedish companies. The area also covers targeted initiatives in various parts of the business sector, state aid, geological and minerals issues, and information initiatives and advisory services to entrepreneurs and business operators.
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Focus on Nordic strategic development
The Government’s Minister for Strategic Development and Nordic Cooperation Kristina Persson is now in Reykjavik to take part in the Nordic Council session. She will also stand in for Prime Minister Stefan Löfven at the Northern Future Forum summit.
Kristina Persson in Reykjavik for 67th Session of Nordic Council and Northern Future Forum
On 26–30 October, Minister for Strategic Development and Nordic Cooperation Kristina Persson is in Iceland. She will take part in the session of the Nordic Council, and stand in for the Prime Minister at the Northern Future Forum summit.
Strategic partnership between Sweden and Brazil – how the action plan is being updated
Brazil and Sweden entered into a strategic partnership in 2009. The partnership is accompanied by an action plan which is being updated in connection with President Dilma Rousseff’s visit to Sweden.
Climate, energy and sustainable development in focus when the Deputy President of South Africa visits Sweden
This weekend, Deputy President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa will arrive in Stockholm with a ministerial delegation and a number of business representatives. The reason for the visit is the Binational Commission (BNC) between Sweden and South Africa, which is meeting in Stockholm on 19–20 October 2015.
Fact sheet on Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA)
Trade in services should preferably be dealt with in the WTO, but as the Doha Round has made no progress in the area of services, a separate plurilateral Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) has been under negotiation since March 2013.
Additional SEK 800 million to increased exports
Compared with other countries’ export growth, it is clear that Sweden can perform better. Of Sweden’s exports, 70 per cent go to the EU internal market. Trade with our closest neighbours is very significant and important to our economy. But trade in the internal market must be supplemented so that Sweden as an export nation does not lose market shares.
Sweden chairing international innovation network
On Wednesday 1 July, Sweden assumed the Chairmanship of EUREKA, an international network that aims to promote transnational cooperation projects in market-driven research and development.