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How much does the EU cost?

All member states pay a contribution to the EU every year. The size of the contribution is based on a number of factors including developments in the economy of the member state in question. This means that the contribution often varies. Since 2010, Sweden has paid approx. SEK 30-40 billion in contributions every year, and has got back SEK 10-13 billion in various kinds of support.

In total, the EU member states pay approx. SEK 1,300 billion per year into the EU budget. Around 85 per cent of this goes back to the member states in the form of support. Most of this is used to develop regions in EU member states, for example to support research and education and to improve roads, and to support agriculture, rural areas and fishing. But money also goes for example to development assistance, culture, and police cooperation. Sweden benefits from most of these forms of support.

  • Sweden's central government budget is approx. SEK 900 billion.
  • Sweden's contribution to the EU is approx. SEK 30-40 billion of the central government budget.
  • Sweden gets back approx. SEK 10-13 billion in the form of various kinds of support from the EU.
Senast uppdaterad: 2016-02-29

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