Then, ofcourse, if you pay yourself a salary as CEO, your salary is taxed as an individual. This is called double-taxation. You get taxed twice as the owner of a corporation (first the corporation's profits, and then your individual salary)
I don't know the proper terms in english, but wouldn't your salary be a cost for the company?
At least here, there is no difference between employees who are also owners, so any salary is a cost of doing business, and not counted as a "profit".
Of course, as an owner, you also has an option to pay out the profits to the owners (yourself), and then this is taxed again. But the combined tax is approximately what it would be if you took it as salary. (actually a bit less in many cases, specially with higher salaries, and many employees, which makes this an attractive option here)
This is not "salary" though, but "dividend" (or some such..)
In any case, kind of useless to ask for advice on this in an international forum, since local laws vary so much. I don't even think we have the equivalent of an LLC here... Either you go sole proprietor, or you get an "aktiebolag" with all the bells and wistles. There are some other types too, but mostly cumbersome, and without limited liability...
I'm also surprised to see how much Sweden has fallen in the "worlds highest taxes" legue... Company tax here is 22% now.