Former Swedish Prime Minister
As Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt reformed the Swedish economy and labour market, making it one of the most competitive countries in Europe. The economy had higher growth rates and sounder public finances than other European countries and was the only country in the EU that lowered national debt during the financial crises.
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Fredrik Reinfeldt, an esteemed economist, and seasoned political figure with over 25 years of experience in both Swedish and international politics, served as Prime Minister of Sweden from 2006 to 2014 and chaired the centre-right Moderate Party from 2003 to 2015. Having also been a member of the European Council and the last President of the Council before the appointment of a full-time President, Fredrik transitioned into an advisory and lecturing role post-politics. He now imparts his extensive knowledge on economics, governance, and European and Nordic politics to audiences worldwide. Notably, he remains a staunch advocate for job creation and chairs the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, a crucial organisation dedicated to fostering good governance in the oil, gas, and mining sectors.
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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.
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