Writing in Dagens Industri (DI) today, the economic spokespersons for the four Alliance parties, state that the economic boom cannot hide the structural problems and imbalances in the Swedish economy. The gaps between those who have work and those who are dependent on benefits are growing.
They consider there to be five areas in which the government is driving Sweden in the wrong direction, including with its fiscal and economic policy, which they write “risks leading to overheating and an unsustainable build-up of debt.”
The alliance’s joint view on economic policy is that it should be more focused and more austere than the government is presenting. “Over the next three years, we therefore want to increase savings and paying off state debt by SEK 10 billion per year, compared to the government.”