Stockholm is the capital of the Kingdom of Sweden, it´s situated on 14 islands in Lake Mälaren and has an entrance to the Baltic Sea in the east. With a population of 1.4 million in the City of Stockholm and 2.2 million in the metropolitan area, Stockholm is the country's largest city.
It´s the economic and financial center of Sweden; about half of the multinational companies with operations in Scandinavia, and most Swedish companies, have offices in Stockholm. It´s a very important access hub to the Swedish and Nordic market.
Stockholm is a world leader in innovation, Kista Science City is the most important ICT (Information and Communications Technology) cluster in northern Europe.
The city is the seat of Government (Regeringen), Parliament (Riksdag) and the Supreme Court (Högsta Domstolen). It also houses the Stockholm Palace, official residence and office of the head of state, King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
Each year the annual ceremony of the Nobel Prize is celebrated in the city’s Town Hall “Stadshuset”.
Stockholm is an ecological city and the theme of sustainability is taken seriously. A quick and easy way of transport is the bicycle, there is a wide network of special bike lanes throughout the city. The public transport system is highly developed and many busses use organic fuel or biogas. The canals and rivers of Stockholm are clean and the tap water is drinkable.
The city is famous for its many parks and green spaces; the Royal Park Djurgården, an area of 27 km2 in the heart of the city full of woods and forests, is home to a multitude of museums, castles and other tourist attractions. 20 minutes to the east from the city you will find the archipelago, a huge set of approximately 30.0000 islands of different sizes.
Export of domestic products to the Nordic and Baltic markets:
Auto parts, electrical articles and electronic equipment (electronic components for telecommunications, medical equipment and semiconductors), plastic articles, toys and sporting goods, medical devices (diagnostic-, dental- and orthopedic devices), pharmaceuticals, agricultural products and processed food, steel- and other metal products, leather goods and footwear, musical instruments, machinery, chemicals, building materials and hardware.
Direct investment in Mexico by Nordic and Baltic companies:
Attract businesses and investment in the automotive sector (to complement the value chain); energy (generation of biogas, photovoltaic- and wind power); transport and infrastructure; mining (production of equipment and machinery); technology (software development, manufacturing of semiconductors, passive components, printed circuits, silicon wafers and displays); telecommunications (manufacturing of network equipment); industrial (manufacturing of bending and cutting equipment, automation systems, equipment for forging, stamping presses and machining centers).
Mature sectors of investment
Mature sectors of trade
Carlos Francisco Pérez-Cirera Langenscheidt
Address: Riddargatan 11 B, Norrmalm, Stockholm, Zip code: 114 51, Sweden