Paying for Sweden’s Migrant Inflow
Swedish Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson raised the economic growth forecast for 2016 and predicted narrowing deficits in the coming years as an economic boom helps the nation cope with a record influx of asylum seekers. But according to Anna Breman, chief economist at Swedbank AB, Sweden’s government isn’t dealing with the big challenges, such as making sure refugees enter the labor market more quickly. Breman spoke with “On the Move” host Guy Johnson in London and Bloomberg’s Hans Nichols in Berlin.
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