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    Lidingö is the greenest urban area

    Lidingö in Stockholm County was the greenest urban area in 2010, with regard to the proportion of green space of the land area. Roughly 72 percent of the land was in some form of green structure. However, Borlänge is the greenest urban area if we regard green space per urban area inhabitant, with over 500 square meter of green space per inhabitant.

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    Net trade surplus at SEK 5.7 billion in April

    In April 2015 Swedish exports of goods amounted to SEK 99.0 billion, while imports of goods amounted to SEK 93.3 billion. As a result, the net trade balance was SEK 5.7 billion.

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    Exports and imports of goods both increased in volume in first quarter

    Exports of goods from Sweden increased by 2.1 percent in volume (value in constant prices) during the first quarter of 2015 compared to the first quarter of 2014. At the same time, imports of goods to Sweden increased by 4.4 percent. In current prices, both exports and imports of goods increased by 5 percent.

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    Both exports and imports of goods up 5 percent in first quarter

    During the first quarter of 2015 both Swedish exports and imports of goods increased 5 percent compared to the same period of the previous year.

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  • Praise from Ministry of Finance

    On 18 May the annual goals and results dialogue was held between Statistics Sweden and the Ministry of Finance. At the meeting, State Secretary Annelie Roswall Ljunggren expressed that Statistics Sweden is a well-run government agency. 

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    billion SEK was the value of households’ financial assets last year. In 1996 the corresponding figure was SEK 2 097 billion. Households’ liabilities amounted to SEK 3 426 billion last year and SEK 856 billion in 1996.

  • New statistics law for European statistics

    The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union have adopted changes to the regulation on European statistics. The new statistical regulation will enter into force on 8 June.

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