Small-firm owners unhappy with business conditions

Almost half of Sweden’s small firm entrepreneurs believe the government has failed to improve conditions for small-scale companies. This ist the result of a private survey published in Stockholm this Tuesday, the World Day for Decent Work. In the survey 20 percent of the interviewed small-firm owners said that they considered to close down because of legislative and administrative burdens. 50 percent of the executives said they were forced to work overtime in order to cope with unnecessary administration.

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