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Gothenburg Offices : Tight supply is keeping rents on high level - Q3 2014

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Swedish GDP grew weaker than expected in Q2 2014. This slowdown is caused by a subdued international economy, which is hampering Swedish exports. But on the other hand household consumption is keeping up momentum.

The consensus of economic forecasters expects GDP to grow by 2.6% in 2014 and 3.0% in 2015. Total employment is forecast to expand by just over 1% per year over the next three years.

Source : DTZ France

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