The 31 december 2018 would the Metro newspaper have paid 2.4 million in rent for the year's first quarter, but the payment did not materialize and is now threatening the landlord, the pension insurance with Alecta, the magazine with the eviction.
Alecta has filed a lawsuit to the Stockholm district court, where they reported to Metro dismissal on the grounds of unpaid rent, the magazine writes the Journalist, who talked with the president of the journalistklubben on the Metro Åsa Larsson.
" this is sudden. We have not been told anything about this. We have been told that there are plans to we are going to move to other premises, but it has not said when it will be. We expect, of course, that we shall get information about what is going on by the management, " she says to the Journalist.
Where or when the Metro is going to move, want the magazine does not comment on.
that has ended up with the bailiff. In total there are almost nine million kronor, which would have caused the Tax agency. To the world of media says Christen Ager-Hanssen, ceo of Metro Media House AB, the newspaper received a respite from the Swedish Tax agency in order to pay off their debts and make a new issue.
"We've brought in new capital, which means that we can finance the Metro," he says to the media world.
According to Christen Ager-Hanssen, it is true that the magazine should change the premises, but that it partly due to the dissatisfaction of the Metro's page.
" We have terminated our premises for the group to move to new premises. We have seen a lot of inaccuracies which we would like to discuss and then we held back the rent, he to the world of media.
Metro's new share issue is expected to be finished on the 29th of march.