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vad heter förutom på engelska In the 1860s, Sweden was among the poorest countries in Europe. During the following hundred years, our GDP grew more rapidly than any other country in the world, except for Japan. Globalisation was the main force behind the Swedish miracle. It brought us economic development and a prosperous society, where over 50 % of our GDP still comes from international trade.

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verksamhetsutveckling göteborgs universitet The importance of trade lies not only in the growth it brings, but in the way it spreads new ideas and paves the way for innovative solutions and technology. It has increased our lifespan, made us healthier, and increased our access to knowledge about all parts of the world.

peggys sätra öppettider The current debate in Europe is characterised by calls to put the losers of globalisation at the center of trade policy and trade is seen as a means to achieve a range of other public goods. In the US, Donald Trump is crafting policies based on the notion that other countries have taken advantage of the US and that trade is to blame.

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gör ont och blöder när jag kissar In Sweden, this conversation is alive and well. Most importantly, we have been able to foster a common view between social partners that prosperity depends on trade and globalisation. There is a general awareness that open markets are good for Swedish consumers, Swedish workers and for Swedish companies. Without an acceptance of a market economy, things would look very different.

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upplevelser södra sverige The truth is that countries that try to cut themselves off globalisation, by regulating markets strictly and protectionist barriers become losers in the long run. Because domestic companies are shielded from external competition they become less innovative, growth becomes stagnant and job creation stops. In the end, these losses are passed onto workers and consumers and society at large. On the contrary, we see that open economies outperform other economies in levels of labour rights, working conditions, and life expectancy. It is regular citizens who pay for the protection of domestic industries. Virtually all protectionism means higher prices.

kan man se senaste besökare på facebook The business community can’t do this all by ourselves. European politicians have a big role to play in communicating why globalisation matters. We need politicians that are brave enough to talk about the losers of protectionism, not just the losers of globalisation.


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Protectionism only produces losers

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Let’s talk about the losers of protectionism

European politicians have a big role to play in communicating why globalisation matters. We need politicians that are brave enough to talk about the losers of protectionism, not just the losers of globalisation, writes Carola Lemne.
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