Deficit for Swedish central government in March

7 April 2014 - Swedish central government payments resulted in a deficit of SEK 2.9 billion in March. This was SEK 11.4 billion lower than the Debt Office’s forecast of a deficit of SEK 14.2 billion. The difference is mainly due to lower net lending to government agencies and lower interest payments on central government debt. Deficit for Swedish central government in March


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The swedish national debt and other figures

36 %

1 246 569 157 651 SEK

Government debt2014-03-31 

100 000 EUR

57 664 960 837 SEK

Guarantees & lending2014-03-31 

2.10 %

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