" I am the least worried about it.
as It is, " says Lars Hjälmered (M) after reading Today's News article about the report, saying that Its threat of bankruptcy.
the Swedish government, and the president of the parliament, the näringsutskott.
" I would expect that the minister, mr Ibrahim Baylan puts the cards on the table: is it the case that this is bad, and that they will shoot for the extra resources?
" I have to wonder if the government is in control. The item must still be in the country and work. And this applies not only to the post office, there are a number of state-owned or partly-owned company that has been a problem, " says Lars Hjälmered.
to Ibrahim Baylan to tone down the statement that Its would be on the edge of bankruptcy.
"That's not my impression that this is so, as the title expresses," he says to Echo.
in the Fall of 2017, received a Swedish and a Danish government push to 2.2 billion crowns for Its, of which Denmark accounted for the lion's share. Then it was the Moderates, but the party was ”crystal clear” and said that it was a one-time affair, according to Hjälmered.
"And we have put two requirements, one of which was that, in Its need to take responsibility for the fact that it's going to turn around, and the second is that the government ends up cutting corners with the control of the company," says Lars Hjälmered.
it must not be forgotten that the reach of its activities are governed by the postregleringen.
As the government in control of the company, and the real-world conditions.
" and then that was the right thing, with all the information you have. All of the analysts recommended it. In retrospect, it is questionable whether it is reasonable. But that was ten years ago.
as the Only spokesman for the state-owned enterprises, Mattias Bäckström, Johansson said in an mejlsvar to the ROTOR, to a high degree of digitization ”does not come as a direct surprise for it”, and goes on:
– Its even got a capital injection of eur 1.8 billion as well as the relaxation in the law in order to be able to deal with it. At the same time, it is clear that additional structural changes need to be made.