Refugee Crisis Shapes Swedish Budget as More Seen as Not Enough

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Refugees attend Swedish language class in Kladesholmen, Sweden, on Feb. 10, 2016.

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Sweden’s government presented an expansionary budget and predicted finances will return to balance in 2018 amid increased spending to absorb a record inflow of refugees over the past two years.

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