Article"Sweden Cuts Taxes To Boost Economy" by the rightperspective.org
"Sweden’s center-right government has announced a series of tax cuts in an effort to stimulate its flagging economy and produce more jobs.
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and his four-party coalition said the reduction means most wage earners would get 200 – 250 kronor (20 to 25 euros, 29 to 36 dollars) more in take-home pay every month.
“The coalition government has agreed on reforms for jobs and entrepreneurialism that will increase employment in the long-term. It has to be more profitable to work and more companies should be able to hire employees,” the government said.
The international economic crisis has caused Swedish unemployment to rise from 5.7 percent in August 2006 to 8.0 percent in August 2009.
Since taking power in 2006, the center-right coalition has implemented measures to get citizens off state subsidies and into the work force."