Pensions, life insurance, economic disability,
medical expenses, ..
(moving, relocate, insurance, health, Visa,
Aparthotel, Hotel, Housing; concierge, home
management, sitting services, ..)
and Removals :
contributions to Expats
Economy & statistics
Weights, measures and voltages
Health & medicine
Hotels & restaurants
Schools & schooling
Cost of Living
Corporate Services Provider
UP AN OFFSHORE COMPANY IN SEYCHELLES
Professional offshore services
provider specializing in Seychelles
Jurisdiction, bank accounts, yacht
Sweden is a constitutional monarchy with a
one-house Parliamentary regime (Riksdag). The
constitution dates from 1st January 1975, but it is
based on the constitution of 1809.
The country is ruled by King Carl Gustav XVI, whose
power is symbolic. It is a pluralistic, democratic
and denominational monarchy.
Sweden is situated in
northern Europe, it has common borders with Norway
to the west and Finland to the north-east.
Since 1995 the economy has been picking up. The
internal and export demands have risen and continue
to rise. The general economy has benefitted from
the increased export of telecommunications, paper
and pharmaceuticals. The low rate of unemployment
and the planned income tax reductions have
stimulated consumption without putting undue
pressure on the level of prices.
The agricultural sector is not very well developed
in the country, only 3% of the work force are
employed in it and it only earns 2.2% of the GDP.
It is subsidized by the government.
Nearly 25% of the working population are employed
in the industrial sector, earning 32% of the
The sector deals mainly with manufacturing. Iron,
copper, zinc and silver are mined but the mining
activity only represents 1% of the GDP. Steel is
worked, particularly in the manufacturing of
precision materials such as weapons and ball
In the electronic field, Sweden produces radios and
68% of the GNP and employ nearly 71% of the working
population. They occupy a major part of the Swedish
economy : financial services, insurances, real
estate and services supplied to companies.
The capital of Sweden
which has a population of
Stockholm is a peaceful town. It is considered to
be one of the world leaders as a dynamic centre of
design. It is placed between the Mälar Lake
and the Baltic Sea. The town was built on 14
islands, within an archipelego of 24,000
The climate varies
enormously due to the latitude of the country, but
benefits from temperate effects from the Gulf
in the country
Languages : It is advisable to take language
lessons, or improve your existing level. The
quality of job that you could aspire to will depend
on your knowledge of the language. There are
several language institutes where you can take
Formalities to be completed : If you are
employed by a French or international company you
don't have to deal with any formalities, the
administrative services usually take charge of all
the formalities for expatriate staff. It is only if
you are the only representative of your company in
the country (eg commercial or in charge of a
liaising office..) that you would have to deal with
any administrative formalities yourself.
To enter Sweden you
only need a valid identity card or passport if you
are not staying longer than 3 months.
If you are staying longer than 3 months you need to
get a resident's permit. In order to qualify for
one you have to have a work contract or be able to
prove that you can financially provide for yourself
and have enough money to get home eventually.