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  • 27
    Mar

    Households account for 15 percent of health and medical care costs

    In 2013, health and medical care comprised 11 percent of GDP. The government finances 84 percent of the total costs, while households pay 15 percent of the total costs via patient fees and other fees.

  • 27
    Mar

    Retail trade increased in February

    The retail trade sales volume increased by 4.8 percent in February compared to the same month last year. Retail sales for consumables increased by 1.7 percent while retail sales for durables increased by 7.5 percent. The information is working day adjusted.

  • 26
    Mar

    Net trade surplus at SEK 4.6 billion in February

    In February 2015 Swedish exports of goods amounted to SEK 93.9 billion, while imports of goods amounted to SEK 89.3 billion. As a result, the net trade balance was SEK 4.6 billion.

  • 26
    Mar

    Growth rate for household loans increased

    In February the annual growth rate for lending to households was 6.2 percent, which is an increase of 0.1 percentage points compared to January. Households' loans from Monetary Financial Institutions (MFIs) amounted to SEK 3 093 billion in total. This is an increase of SEK 178 billion compared to the corresponding month last year.

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  • Men now outnumber women

    For the first time ever, there are more men than women in Sweden. Ten years ago there were 79 000 more women than men.

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    percent of Sweden’s total exports went to Saudi Arabia in 2014. Imports from there equalled 0.1 percent of the total imports during the same period.

  • Top ranking for Statistics Sweden

    Our investments in methodology and quality work have been well-placed. This is shown in a report from EU auditors who have examined all of the EU's national statistical offices.

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