CEO of Swedish pension fund AP3: "We must leave the panic behind us"

The world economy threatens to go into a deep depression in the wake of the virus outbreak. The CEO of Swedish state-run pension fund AP3 urges politicians to put a stop to the panic and assess the most relevant measures to lessen the burden on health care and economy at the same time.

CEO of AP3, Kerstin hessius. | Photo: AP3/PR

Country after country has been shut down in attempts to limit the spread of the coronavirus. But it is a very dangerous strategy, according to Kerstin Hessius, CEO of state-run pension fund AP3 and former deputy governor of the central bank in Sweden.

Speaking at a video conference 'Sustainable Enterprise' also transmitted by Dagens Industri, she said:

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