7 February 2017 - Swedish central government payments resulted in a surplus of SEK 8.7 billion in January. The Debt Office’s forecast was a deficit of SEK 2.1 billion. The difference is mainly due to lower disbursement of membership fee to the EU and preponed payments of agricultural subsidies from the EU. Surplus for Swedish central government in January
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Government debt as share of GDP2015-12-31
1 326 088 449 153 SEK
44 988 351 029 SEK
Guarantees & lending2017-01-31
950 000 SEK
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