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Trend reports

Business Sweden regularly produces both global and market specific reports and compilations of, among other things, economic conditions, business opportunities and export statistics.

TREND REPORTS

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In its new report ”If the Crisis Comes” (Swedish version only) Business Sweden elaborates on three possible geopolitical scenarios and lo...

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Indonesia’s young population is central to the strong economic growth that the country has experienced over the past fifteen years. Betwe...

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Industry 4.0 creates vast opportunities for increased efficiency and productivity, as well as for new value chains, services and business...

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New measures are needed to ensure continued success in China. The current economic slowdown and market uncertainties present considerable...

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Urbanisation combined with continued population growth is expected to increase the world’s urban population with approximately 2,5 billio...

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Nearly half of the overall Swedish export is enabled through distributors. However, 65 percent of the exporting Swedish companies are not...

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Business Sweden’s report “A new dawn for Swedish business in Iran“ goes over the political, economic and legal conditions that Swedish co...

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Sweden has some of the most dynamic start-up scenes in Europe. Stockholm, for example, has brought out more 'unicorns' per capita than an...

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Sweden is a country with a high digital maturity, well-developed infrastructure and good access to digital competence. The small and mid-...

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Out of 600 international companies, about half has invested in increased manufacturing in Sweden during the last three years – often in d...

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Fredrik Fexe

Executive Vice President, Strategy & Business Development Stockholm Executive Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, Stockholm
E-mail fredrik.fexe@business-sweden.se