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Swedish government postponed sales of state assets
Thursday, 10 November 2011
The Swedish government has postponed plans to sell state assets indefinitely, since the stock market declines is making the value of the assts risky.


This is the view of Swedish Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt, in an interview with Bloomberg News.

He says that the issue can become relevant again in the election year of 2014.
In February this year the state sold a record of Skr 19 billion worth of Nordea, but other planned sales of the likes of energy comany Vattenfall was stopped by the opposition.
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