Sveriges Riksbank Inflation Report, No. 4, 2005

Sweden's central bank, the Sveriges Riksbank, published its Fourth Inflation Report for 2005 on Friday 2 December. After a temporary slowdown at the beginning of the year, growth has picked up again, both in Sweden and in the world economy as a whole, the report notes.

"At the same time, inflation has risen. In Sweden there are signs that manufacturing activity and the labour market will be slightly more robust than expected. GDP growth is expected to be somewhat higher this year and next year

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