The National Board of Trade is the Swedish governmental agency responsible for issues relating to foreign trade and trade policy. Our mission is to promote an open and free trade with transparent rules. The basis for this task, given us by the Government, is that a smoothly functioning international trade and a further liberalized trade policy are in the interest of Sweden. To this end we strive for an efficient internal market, a liberalized common trade policy in the EU and an open and strong multilateral trading system, especially within the World Trade Organization (WTO).
As the expert authority in trade and trade policy, the Board provides the Government with analyses and background material, related to ongoing international trade negotiation as well as more structural or long-term analyses of trade related issues. As part of our mission, we also publish material intended to increase awareness of the role of international trade in a functioning economy and for economic development. Our publications are the sole responsibility of the National Board of Trade.
The National Board of Trade also provides service to companies, for instance through our SOLVIT Centre which assists companies as well as people encountering trade barriers on the internal market. The Board also administers The Swedish Trade Procedures Council, SWEPRO.
In addition, as an expert authority in trade policy issues, the National Board of Trade provides assistance to developing countries, through trade-related development cooperation. We also host Open Trade Gate Sweden, a one-stop information centre assisting exporters from developing countries with information on rules and requirements in Sweden and the EU.
National Board of Trade
P.O. Box 6803, 113 86 Stockholm, Sweden
Visiting address: Drottninggatan 89
Phone: +46-8-690 48 00
Fax: +46-8-30 67 59
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