About this website
The website rj.se is the main information channel for Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.
The documents on the website are usually in PDF format. To open them, you will need a PDF reader like Acrobat Reader.
The site is continuously under development and we are eager to hear your opinions about it. We appreciate your views and ideas, and sharing these will help make rj.se even better.
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