Export to Sweden and the EU
Sweden is a member of the EU, a customs union with a common trade policy. The customs tariff for an imported product is the same in every member state. Imported goods to one country with duties paid, can move around freely and sold to another country within the union. This is the definition of the EU internal market.
Within the EU, the requirements for goods which are placed on the market are harmonised. Traded goods on the EU market should comply with these rules, whether they are produced in the EU or imported into the EU. Please note that there are some areas where the requirements are not harmonised, where additional national requirements might exist. This is the case with labelling of textiles; garments in Sweden must be labelled in Swedish.