"the Swedish economy is booming – but will soon slow down."
"The tracks to the OECD, pointing to accelerating skills shortages and falling investment in housing."
" Sweden is extremely well prepared, says finance minister Magdalena Andersson (S) to the TT."
"the Swedish economy has grown by an average of three per cent over the past five years. Employment is at record levels – but 2019 will slowdown as the economic cooperation organization, the OECD, which screws down its forecast of gdp growth in sweden."
"Business is booming but suffers from an accelerating shortage of skills in the available workforce doesn't have, notes the economic cooperation organisation, and adds that the falling investment in housing will provide an additional dampening factor."
"the OECD also emphasises that there are significant concerns globally that could affect Swedish exports."
"the Swedish exports will continue to perform as long as the global economy grows," notes the OECD, but explains that this is dependent upon what happens in, among other things handelskonflikten between the united states and China, and the Uk's withdrawal from the EU."
"Welcome tighter fiscal policy."
"With muted outlook in mind, welcome to the OECD, it is no longer as expansive fiscal policy."
"the Organization calls on Sweden to continue on the track to then be able to use the surplus when the next recession."
"The opportunities have been limited and with the already low the repo rate – and the state will therefore need to assume a larger role, finds OECD."
"According to finance minister Magdalena Andersson (S), Sweden is well prepared for a decline in growth."
"– We have law and order in the statsfinansen and the lowest national debt since 1977, so this is room, she says to TT."
"– We have seen that the pay of the national debt during those years when we had a very good growth in order to be well prepared for the day we need to stimulate the economy instead, " continues Magdalena Andersson."
"Other areas such as the economic cooperation organization, pay attention to is the housing crisis and increased income inequality."
"income Inequality in Sweden is small internationally, but large compared with the other Nordic countries. In order to reverse the trend, proposed a reintroduction of the property tax. What comes to the housing crisis, press the OECD on the need for simpler planning and building regulations, and the deregulation of the rental market."
"Gross domestic product 2,4 1,6 1,7"
"Unemployment 6,3 6,2 6,1"
"the consumer price index 2,0 2,0 2,1"
"the Figures refer to the percentage change from the previous year."