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The increase in migration inflows to Sweden continued in 2008 and broke the record high of 2007 by reaching 101 200. Total net immigration, with 45 300 emigrants from Sweden, amounted to 55 900. The largest components of inflow were Swedish return migrants (17.6%), followed by Iraqis (12%) and Poles (7%). In 2008, 13.8% of the Swedish population was foreign‐born, an increase by 4.2% from 2007, and 562 100 (6.1%) were foreign citizens.
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2010-06-01

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