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In 2015, turnover in the environmental goods and services sector (EGSS) was SEK 225 billion. Turnover is at the same level as in 2014, but decreased in recent years, primarily in the renewable energy area. However, in 2015 exports increased by about SEK 1 billion and amounted to SEK 38 billion.
The current account resulted in a surplus of SEK 57 billion in the third quarter. In the corresponding quarter last year the surplus was SEK 59 billion. The surplus in primary income increased compared with the third quarter last year.
During November 2016 a total of 32 396 passenger cars were newly registered, an increase of 0.1 percent compared to November last year. This is according to Transport Analysis monthly official statistics on newly registered vehicles.
Insurance companies’ investment assets continued to increase in the third quarter 2016. Both life insurance companies and non-life insurance companies contributed to the increase during the quarter.
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Migration results in a younger population
Statistics Sweden has estimated how the population would have looked like if we did not have any immigration or emigration since 1970.
ITP in gender statistics
A new International Training Programme (ITP) in gender statistics begins in spring of 2016. Invited countries are Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Palestine and Bangladesh.
Marriage now more common in Sweden
Contrary to trends in the rest of the EU, marriage in Sweden has become more common during the 2000s.
The time has come for the autumn round of Statistics Sweden's Citizen Survey. Some 88 000 residents in 81 municipalities around Sweden will be receiving a questionnaire in the post and will thus have the chance to have their say about the activities in their municipalities and what it is like to live there.
Read more about Statistics Sweden's Citizen Survey
of 10 individuals made purchases online in the first quarter in 2016.
Read more about ICT usage by individuals and households
On 29 April the environmental accounts at Statistics Sweden will publish statistics on emissions to air for 2015.
Read the press release here
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