In an effort to stem the effects of the coronakrisen, the government and the samarbetspartierna, the Centre party and the Liberals, now with a new financial rescue package. There is an additional amending budget to support small businesses that have been hit hard by the decline in demand. The hotel and restaurant sector, as well as the transport sector, and the retail stores are particularly hard-hit.
in The case of every company, but for no more than 30 people. They will be a temporary reduction in the rate of employers ' contributions which corresponds to a reduction of just over sek 5,000 per employee. The amount of the reduction apply retroactively with effect from the 1st of march and ending on the last day of June.
"the social security contributions for march, paid in april, and it's something that we need to avoid," says Emil Källström (C), the economic policy spokesman.
it is expected to cost the state approximately sek 33 billion.
this is A special företagsakut will be put in place in order to support ailing small businesses.
" We find it difficult to get a loan at the bank. In view of the risks associated with corona does not want the banks to lend, " said Mats Persson, (D), the economic-policy spokesman.
Företagsakuten to deal with a government guarantee, where the state accounts for 70 per cent of the risk.
The most vulnerable sectors of the economy – sällanköpshandeln, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses – will receive support to facilitate the renegotiation of the lease.
it is assumed to be the lessors even now, they are generous to their tenants. The restaurant, which look out over the empty premises, and are not able to deal with a virus, it will now have the opportunity to, with state support, instead of negotiating with their landlords, " says the financial markets, Per Bolund (MP).
According to the minister of finance, Magdalena Andersson, the goal has been to strike a balance between the direct lifting costs of the companies and to come up with a variety of lines of credit.
" We need to support the companies, which are now in a time of acute crisis, by highlighting the cost, but we also want to work with the credit. With the credits, there is an opportunity for taxpayers to get back the money when the economy is again chugging along, " says Magdalena Andersson.
it has been previously set up two rescue packages, with a wide range of support to the business community. Korttidspermitteringar, the absence of any qualifying day and the sjuklönevecka, as well as comprehensive credit, are just a few of the activities.
According to Magdalena Andersson, the cost of the previous measures and the new anti-crisis package of approximately 70 billion euro per year.
"the 70-billion in spending is just as much scope for reform, we have had budget bills in 2017 and 2018, together," says Magdalena Andersson.
" We are counting on, that we are all in all these steps it will save a lot of and many more. However, no matter how many policies we adopt, then we will not be able to save all the jobs and all the businesses. On the other hand, we are doing what we can, namely, to reduce the impact as far as possible.
”historical”. According to her, the government, at the same time, we have a responsibility to come up with a balanced one, so that it has the muscle to come up with other incentives later on.
" The day that we are out of the crisis, we will also have the opportunity to be able to come up with a huge stimulus package to kick start the running of the economy. You have to think in the long term.
" The most difficult right now is the really small companies. This is the reason why we are abolishing employer contributions specifically for the small business sector. We believe that it is more accurate than what the others have suggested, " says Magdalena Andersson.
as proposed, is subject to reduced social security contributions and the state företagsakut in order to bail out the ailing companies. Research and the economic policy of sweden, Elisabeth Svantesson thinks that the government and the samarbetspartierna is now on the right track.
" It's good that the government is moving ahead with the further steps. At the moment it is bleak for many businesses. But I'm a bit worried that there will be an administrative hassle for the companies, the solution to the reduction of social security contributions that the government have opted-in, " says Elisabeth Svantesson.<