Sweden is soon open for business again

Sweden is soon open for business again
After being in a state of panic for a while and seeing the mad reality of it, a reality that resulted (apparently) in such harsh restrictions in the asylum policy that it made Vice PM Åsa Romson cry on live TV, the Swedish government is now falling asleep again and going into the usual trance.

The government is soon ready to open the doors wide open to immigration again. A high immigration from the third world is important for Sweden to "cope with the demographic development", said Prime Minister Stefan Löfven (S) to Dagens Nyheter today.

The acute asylum chaos is about to calm down, and Sweden is now ready to launch the "integration phase", says Löfven.

- The idea is that we should move from a crisis situation and into an establishment phase, he says to DN.

The Prime Minister also wants to emphasize that the Government has not made any reconsideration of the mass immigration as such. It still regards the concept of an influx of low-skilled people from third world's most problematic countries as a completely necessary development for Sweden.

- That truth remains. Sweden needs people to enable us to cope with the demographic trend, says Stefan Löfven to Dagens Nyheter.

The Social Democrats have also been under pressure from the alliance and large companies to introduce lower starting wages and easier jobs, according to DN.

Löfven, however, does not wish that Sweden should compete in the international export market because of low wages. Instead, he says to DN that "knowledge" and "new products" are Sweden's leading international competitive advantages.

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