Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to China in June

On 26-28 June, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven will travel to China. On the trip are several government councils and a business delegation. The Prime Minister will also have talks with China’s Prime Minister Li Keqiang and speak at the World Economic Forum.

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven of Sweden. Photo: Kristian Pohl/Regeringskanslie

The government-led delegation trip takes place within the government’s Team Sweden initiative together with companies and authorities, focusing on green innovation and sustainability.

The Minister for Industry and Innovation Mikael Damberg, EU and Trade Minister Ann Linde and Environment Minister Karolina Skog are joining the trip.

China is one of the world’s largest economies and accounts for a large part of global growth. In China, there is also a great demand for green innovation to change society in a more sustainable direction.

Sweden is a world leader in the field and the prime minister therefore heads a delegation within the government’s Team Sweden initiative with companies and authorities with expertise demanded in China.

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