Denmark is to cut its corporate tax to 22 percent from 25 percent to improve competitiveness and pull the Nordic country out of a recession.
The tax cut and other measures to boost growth and employment will be presented today in Copenhagen by Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Sofie Carsten Nielsen, a spokeswoman for financial affairs at government coalition party the Social Liberals, told Bloomberg News.
The Danish economy is struggling to emerge from a burst property bubble...
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