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Mr. Fredrik Reinfeldt AB

Former Swedish Prime Minister

Fredrik Reinfeldt is the Former Swedish Prime Minister and has been active in Swedish and international politics for over 25 years. He reinvented the Moderate Party (centre-right) creating "the new Moderates" and entered into an alliance with three other centre and centre-right parties. The four party alliance won two successive elections and Reinfeldt, as Prime Minister, presided over two coalition governments (2006 until 2014) - the longest non-socialist government period in modern time in Sweden.

"32nd Prime Minister of Sweden"

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In detail

During his time as Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt reformed the Swedish economy and labour market, making Sweden one of the most competitive countries in Europe. The Swedish economy had higher growth rates and sounder public finances than other European countries during his time as Prime Minister. Sweden was also the only country in the EU that lowered its national debt during the financial crises.

What he offers you

With an acute awareness of politics and economics, Fredrik Reinfeldt offers decision makers the tools to be able to decide what they must do to stay competitive in the global market. He explains and analyses the transformations in the social, political and economic environment worldwide and the implications for businesses.

How he presents

Fredrik Reinfeldt is a stimulating and magnetic speaker whose qualities are best illustrated through examples of his speeches and presentations and the feedback from the numerous business executives who have heard him speak.

Languages

He presents in English.

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Topics

  • Economics
  • Politics

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