Sweden’s economy showed good growth during Q2 with significantly higher GDP growth than the average of the countries in the European Union, wrote Statistics Sweden on Friday.
The second quarter’s GDP growth was boosted primarily by inventory investments and household consumption, while foreign trade and gross fixed capital formation held it back. Production in the business sector remained high during the second quarter.
Statistics Sweden noted that GDP increased by 0.8 per cent during the second quarter.
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