• 19

    Decreased expenditure for environmental protection in Swedish industry

    Swedish industry decreased its environmental protection expenditure by SEK 1.1 billion or about 9 percent during 2013 compared to 2012. Both investments and current expenditure in environmental protection declined. Total environmental protection expenditure by Swedish industry amounted to nearly SEK 11.4 billion.

  • 18

    Sweden’s GDP increased 2.6 percent in second quarter 2014

    Sweden’s GDP increased 2.6 percent in the second quarter 2014, working-day adjusted and compared with the second quarter of 2013. GDP increased 0.7 percent, seasonally adjusted and compared with the first quarter of 2014.

  • 16

    New map tool visualises carbon dioxide emissions

    Statistics Sweden has developed new ways of visualising information about carbon dioxide emissions from Swedish final consumption.

  • 16

    Reduced borrowing in foreign currency

    The Swedish liability in securities totalled SEK 6 461 billion at the end of August. This represents a decrease of SEK 27 billion compared with the previous period. The outstanding amount of securities issued in foreign currencies decreased by SEK 39 billion, while Swedish securities increased by SEK 12 billion.

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  • Education affects life expectancy

    In recent years life expectancy has been five years longer for the group with post secondary education than for those who only have compulsory education.


  • 84.6 

    was the voter turnout in the previous parliamentary elections in 2010. 

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