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Swedish government made a surplus of Skr68 billion in 2011

Tuesday, 10 January 2012
Swedish Central government payments gave a surplus of Skr68 billion in 2011, according to figures from the Swedish National Debt Office.


The surplus is as a result of the strong economic recovery, which resulted in higher tax revenues, and sale of shares in state owned companies such as Nordea and Telia Sonera.
In 2010 the state budget was basically in balance.
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