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Statistical news


  • 14
    Dec
    Thursday 2017-12-14| Innovationsverksamhet i Sverige

    45 percent of the enterprises in Sweden conducted innovation activities

    The latest survey of innovation activities in Swedish enterprises shows that 45 percent of the enterprises conducted innovation activities during 2014-2016. In the earlier innovation survey 2012-2014 the share of innovative enterprises was 46 percent.

  • 14
    Dec
    Thursday 2017-12-14| Skörd av spannmål, trindsäd och oljeväxter

    Large unharvested areas in northern Sweden due to rain

    Autumn rains often made it difficult to harvest field crops in many regions in the country. In the counties of Västerbotten and Norrbotten, half of the grain area was left unharvested. In the counties of Gävleborg and Västernorrland, one fifth of the grain area was left unharvested.

  • 14
    Dec
    Thursday 2017-12-14| Arbetskraftsundersökningarna (AKU)

    Increase in employment and hours worked

    In November 2017, there were 5 035 000 employed persons aged 15–74, not seasonally adjusted. This was an increase of 88 000 persons compared with November 2016. The number of unemployed persons amounted to 308 000, which corresponds to an unemployment rate of 5.8 percent. The number of hours worked averaged 169.6 million per week, an increase of 2.6 percent according to calendar adjusted figures. Smoothed and seasonally adjusted data shows an increase in the employment rate and a decrease in the unemployment rate, which was 6.6 percent.

  • 13
    Dec
    Wednesday 2017-12-13| Fastighetstaxeringar

    The property holdings are assessed to about SEK 8 100 billion

    The assessed value for all taxable real estate in Sweden increased by SEK 112,1 billion or 1.4 percent in the 2017 general and special assessment of real estate. The total assessed value of all taxable real estate in Sweden is now SEK 8 103 billion.

  • 13
    Dec
    Wednesday 2017-12-13| Sveriges ekonomi – statistiskt perspektiv

    Sound growth during the third quarter

    The Swedish economy continued to grow during the third quarter at a faster pace than the average quarterly growth rate for the past ten years. The gross fixed capital formation became increasingly broad-based during the quarter and contributed to the growth.

  • 13
    Dec
    Wednesday 2017-12-13| Företagens ekonomi

    Steady growth in construction related sectors

    Enterprises in construction related sectors increased their net turnover 2016 due to an increased demand, which is explained by the fact that commencement of apartments increased by 26 percent compared with the previous year.

  • 13
    Dec
    Wednesday 2017-12-13| Analyser och statistik om befolkningens utbildning

    7 out of 10 had an established status in the labour market two years after higher vocational education

  • 12
    Dec
    Tuesday 2017-12-12| Konsumentprisindex (KPI)

    Inflation rate according to CPIF at 2.0 percent

    The inflation rate according to the CPI with a fixed interest rate (CPIF) was 2.0 percent in November 2017, up from 1.8 percent in October. The CPIF increased by 0.2 percent from October to November 2017. In the corresponding period last year, the CPIF rose by 0.1 percent. The inflation rate according to the CPI was 1.9 percent in November 2017.

  • 12
    Dec
    Tuesday 2017-12-12| Elevpaneler för longitudinella studier

    More foreign born pupils participate in ”Swedish as second language”

    The participation rate of foreign-born pupils in “Swedish as second language” classes in years 3-6 of compulsory education has increased. Among the foreign born pupils who were in grade 3 in the 2013/14 school year, roughly 45 per cent participated in ”Swedish as second language” classes in year 6 in the spring of 2017. In the spring of 2005, the percentage among foreign-born pupils was 25 per cent.

  • 12
    Dec
    Tuesday 2017-12-12| Miljöräkenskaper

    Swedish material consumption continues to increase

    Material consumption in Sweden was 22.7 tonnes per person in 2016. This is 9 tonnes more per year than the EU average and amounts to a consumption of 62 kilogrammes per person and day. Since 2000, the material consumption per person has increased by about 3 tonnes, or 14 percent.

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