Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications (Sweden)

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Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications
Näringsdepartementet
Agency overview
Formed 1969 (1969)[1]
Employees about 300
Minister responsible Mikael Damberg, Minister for Enterprise and Innovation
Website www.sweden.gov.se/sb/d/2067
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The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications (Swedish: Näringsdepartementet, can be translated to Ministry of Enterprise. The long English name is used by themselves.) is a ministry within the government of Sweden. Its areas of responsibility include business development and competition, electronic communications, energy, forestry, information technology (IT), postal communications and cashier service, primary industries, regional development, research and development (R&D), government-owned corporations, tourism and transport.

The ministry offices are located at Jakobsgatan 26 in central Stockholm.

Organization[edit]

The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications has about 300 employees, including some 20 political appointees. The ministry is headed by the Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Mikael Damberg (s). The Minister for Infrastructure, Anna Johansson (s), and the Minister for Housing and Urban Development Mehmet Kaplan (mp) also belongs to the ministry.

Government agencies[edit]

The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications is principal for the following government agencies:

Enterprises[edit]

Courts[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Näringsdepartementet". Nationalencyklopedin (in Swedish). Retrieved 13 November 2010.  (subscription required)

External links[edit]

  • [1], Frequently Asked Questions (Swedish) (Swedish)

Coordinates: 59°19′45.15″N 18°03′50.48″E / 59.3292083°N 18.0640222°E / 59.3292083; 18.0640222