Swedish Retailers Hit Out At Increased Regulatory Burden
Close to eight out of ten companies (78%) operating in Sweden's retail and wholesale trade believe that the regulatory burden on businesses has increased in the past five years, according to Svensk Handel, the representative group for the sector.
Just one percent of the respondents to the study said that they felt that the regulatory burden has decreased in that period.
Svensk Handel has published a report, Värsta Reglerna (Worst Rules), which highlighted some of he grievances shared by retailers including concerns over tax legislation, labour laws, food safety and management issues.
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