Sweden is not a Socialist Country though. It is a social democracy, which is capitalist. The means of production are controlled by mostly private industry and partly by the state; they are not controlled by the worker. Nor has the commodity form been abolished. Neither does Sweden have "socialist policies", but rather social democratic policies. You could say Sweden was moving towards socialism under Olof Palme in the late 70s and early 80s, but that stopped with his assassination in 1986.