Taxes and tariffs
Tax legislation is designed to support the goals of economic policy, provide good conditions for business and investments, and make it easy for individuals and business operators to follow the rules.
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Sweden’s carbon tax
Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges facing the international community. A broad range of policy instruments can be used to curb carbon emissions, and economic instruments such as taxes and emissions trading are critical elements of any comprehensive mitigation strategy.
Taxes in Sweden
Each year, the Swedish Tax Agency publishes Taxes in Sweden. The purpose of the statistical yearbook is to present an overview of the Swedish tax system as well as up-to-date statistics on relevant aspects of taxation.
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Sweden working for more efficient global trade
This week, Sweden is hosting an international meeting on how we can simplify trade in our important eastern neighbourhood. Participants from more than 40 countries are coming to Stockholm to exchange experiences and learn from each other about how to best simplify trade and customs procedures.
Presentation of A comprehensive strategy for alcohol, narcotics, doping and tobacco policy, 2016–2020
The presentation summarises the Swedish Government's strategy for alcohol, narcotics, doping and tobacco (ANDT) for the period 2016–2020.
Continuity and long-term thinking in ANDT work
In February 2016 the Swedish Government adopted a new coherent strategy for alcohol, narcotics, doping and tobacco (ANDT) for the period 2016–2020. In the new strategy, the Government takes further steps to increase activity in this area to achieve the objective set by the Riksdag: A society free from narcotic drugs and doping, with reduced alcohol-related medical and social harm and reduced tobacco use.
Regulations on taxation initiation to be reviewed
The Government has been informed that the current Swedish regulations on taxation initiation can lead to double taxation in some cases when companies undergo restructuring through a merger or a division. The Government will undertake an urgent review of the regulations.