- The Swedish export temperate continued to rise in the previous survey when the Export Managers’ Index rose to 58.8. Companies’ expectations on export sales and profitability three months ahead rose strongly in the second quarter. It will be interesting to see how companies perceive the recent development and what they expect from the near future, says Lena Sellgren Chief Economist at Business Sweden.
The global economy is growing at a moderate pace and world trade has slowed down, Business Sweden expect that exports sales are facing a relatively weak development.
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