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Pay increases around three percent
The estimated average percentage changes in wages and salaries in the private sector for the last thirteen months measured 2.7 percent for manual workers and 3.3 percent for non-manual workers.
5 Feb • To the press release »
New registrations of passenger cars and lorries in Sweden, January 2007
The number of new cars (first registration) totalled 22 865 in January 2007. This is an increase of 19.3 percent compared to January 2006, when 19 173 new cars were registered.
1 Feb • To the press release »
One person per square kilometre in Åre
Åre is hosting the World Ski Championships 2007. This will lead to a temporary increase in the population of the municipality, which usually has only one person per square kilometre. This compares to Stockholm where 4 107 people share every square kilometre. In November 2006, just under 10 000 people were living in Åre municipality.
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Increase in prices for newly built dwellings
31 Jan • To the press release »
Statistical Yearbook of Sweden 2007
This collection of statistics provides an insight into the Swedish society, in concentrated form. This year's book also includes a description of the "average" Swedish family.
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Keep up-to-date with business addresses
Statistics Sweden's Business Register contains the details of all enterprises and organisations in Sweden. We are therefore the natural choice if you need addresses or other enterprise information. In 1995, for example, 11 percent of enterprises changed their address. We can keep you up-to-date with these changes.
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Unemployment 4.6%
(December 2006)
Population 9 110 972
(November 30 2006)
Consumer prices 1.6%
(December 2006 compared with December 2005)
GDP +1.0%
(Q3 2006 compared with Q2 2006)
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In 2003, the municipality of Danderyd had more millionaires than any other Swedish municipality.
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