The 3% increase in inbound arrivals to Sweden in 2017 was generally driven by the global increase in travel, in addition to the rather weak Swedish krona that continued to drop against both the euro and the US dollar at the end of 2016 and in 2017.
Neighbouring countries registered the highest increases as sources for inbound arrivals, with Denmark among the strong performers as the Swedish krona continued to lose out to the Danish krone. The number of inbound arrivals from Norway fell in the ea...
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