Sweden’s Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said the world risks forgetting the lessons of the financial crisis as the bank lobby gains dominance.
Sweden’s Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt is adding his voice to billionaire investor George Soros’s in cautioning against complacency as he warns of a “very weak” recovery in Europe.
Sweden should cut taxes for wage earners and pensioners to stimulate demand in the export-reliant Nordic nation as economies slow abroad, Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said.
"I'm now pleading with the Swedish people to have patience, to open your hearts, to see people in high distress whose lives are being threatened."
- Fredrik Reinfeldt on Aug 20, 2014