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What Sweden's spring budget means for you

Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson presents the spring budget on Monday morning. Photo: Christine Olsson/TT

Published: 16.Apr.2018 12:59 hrs

Sweden's government on Monday announced its spring budget proposal in full, five months ahead of this year's general election. The Local breaks down what you should know about how the changes could affect you.

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The budget presented on Monday includes 2.6 billion kronor worth of additional investments to those outlined in the autumn budget.

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