Privacy policy

(Valid from and including May 25, 2018)

This policy will apply in situations where Global Deal processes personal data. Global Deal collects personal information that is necessary, relevant and not superfluous for the purpose intended. 

Collection of information via newsletter subscription
For you to subscribe to the Global Deal newsletter, we need to handle your personal information, in this case, your e-mail address. The purpose of processing personal data is to be able to carry out subscription services and Global Deal’s communication assignment. Personal data will be deleted when a subscription is cancelled. Information will not be forwarded to third parties.

If you want to know what information we have registered about you, change your information or withdraw your consent and no longer be included in our register, please send an email to

The Swedish Government Offices is a public authority. Please note that any information sent to the Global Deal support unit may become public under Sweden’s Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act.


This site uses cookies. According to the Electronic Communications Act, which took effect on July 25, 2003, anyone visiting a website with cookies will receive information about: 

– that the site contains cookies

– what these cookies are used for and their purpose

– what data is stored in cookies

– which cookies we use and for how long they are saved

 if the information comes from or is disclosed to third parties

– how to avoid cookies.

What is a cookie and what is it used for?
A cookie is a small text file that the site you visit saves on your computer. Cookies are used on many websites to give you access to various features as a visitor. The information in the cookie makes it possible to follow a user’s browsing.  

There are three types of cookies. Permanent cookies are saved as small text files in your computer and then deleted on a pre-set date. For example, they are used to store settings that the user makes between different visits to the site. Session cookies are stored in the browser’s memory (for example, Internet Explorer) and deleted when the browser closes. For example, they can be used to keep a user logged in when the user goes from one page to another. There are also cookies that collect statistics to measure the number of visitors. The statistics collected through this type of cookie are not related to personal data. 

If you don’t want to allow cookies
To remove or block cookies, you can set this in your browser’s security settings. See the browser’s help page to adjust settings.