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Danish fiscal budget agreed for 2024

TheCopenhagenPost
November 27th, 2023


11 out of 12 parties in Folketinget stand behind the Finance Act for 2024 – a rarely-seen level of unity. The agreement has largely become what the government proposed earlier in the year – with each party receiving small gains to ensure their support.


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Minister of Finance, Nicolai Wammen (Photo: Folketinget)

11 out of 12 parties in Folketinget stand behind the Finance Act for 2024 - a rarely-seen level of unity. The agreement has largely become what the government proposed earlier in the year - with each party receiving small gains to ensure their support.

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