Germany is Sweden’s most important trading partner, followed by the other European countries. Imports from rapidly-developing Asian countries have been relatively high over the last few decades, with textiles as the main import product.
Keeping up with European Union import protocols and the starting of low-cost production in the Eastern European and Baltic countries, a decrease in trade with Asia can be expected in the future.
Examples of major cities in Sweden are: Göteborg, Malmö, Uppsala Kalmar, and the capital, Stockholm.
Sweden has eighty-two ports. The major ones are Port of Gavle, Port of Göteborg, Port of Helsingborg, Copenhagen Malmo Port, Port Walhamn and the Ports of Stockholm.
Major airports are Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Borlänge Airport, Göteborg-Landvetter Airport and Stockholm-Bromma Airport.