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|Sweden and the IMF|
Updated December 8, 2016
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|November 17, 2016 -- Sweden: Great Economic Performance but Mind the Debt |
|December 02, 2015 -- IMF Survey : Sweden’s Economy is Robust, but Faces Challenges in Housing, Labor Markets|
Sweden’s economy is performing well, with growth set to remain strong in the near term. But housing prices and household debt are elevated and rising, and unemployment is high among some groups.
|December 19, 2013 -- IMF Survey : Conference Probes Links Between Nordic-Baltic Banks|
The central banks of Estonia and Sweden and the IMF hosted a conference on “Nordic-Baltic Financial Linkages and Challenges” in Tallinn, Estonia, where policymakers and bank executives examined financial integration and cross-border collaboration in light of the euro area’s nascent banking union.
|September 05, 2013 -- IMF Survey : Pilot Project Aims to Find ‘Sweet Spot’ in IMF Surveillance|
The IMF is piloting a different approach to country analysis that emphasizes cross-cutting issues in a new, experimental way of monitoring its member countries.
|July 06, 2012 -- IMF Survey: Cloudy Outlook for Sweden After Years of Success|
For years, Sweden has achieved strong growth coupled with low debt and inflation. Recovery from the crisis was V-shaped, thanks to a fast recovery in export markets and a decisive domestic policy response – but the outlook for further growth is now clouded, says the IMF.