Sweden and the UK don’t appear to do much trading and, to use the UK government’s own words, it is “working to improve the UK’s reputation as a place to do business, to broker commercial partnerships and to increase Sweden’s inward investment in UK companies and projects”
This means working more closely with Sweden to improve business links as well as working to improve the European economy.
So it looks like Sweden could be a tough nut to crack.
If you’ve a research and development (R&D) company though, it could be well worth the effort as Sweden is Sweden is a world leader in investment in this area and spends around 3% of its annual GDP.
And if you do business out there, or you’re looking to do business out there, you’ll be aware Sweden is out of the eurozone and the currency there is the Swedish krona (1 GBP = 11.82 SEK).
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