19 February 2015 - Sweden’s central government budget deficit will grow this year as tax income slows and interest-rate payments increase. The Debt Office’s new forecast shows deficits of SEK 80 billion in 2015 and SEK 34 billion in 2016. The growing deficit will be funded by increased borrowing in both government bonds and T-bills. Swedish government borrowing increases as deficit grows
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Government debt as share of GDP2013-12-31
1 395 528 232 613 SEK
47 761 906 892 SEK
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