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Lena Hunter
January 5th, 2024


Motorists are encouraged to pack food, water and warm clothes for their commute this morning, while supermarket shelves are empty in Jylland. Plus, the 2024 tax on property sales causes a dip in the market, and five Mærsk ships are stranded in the Red Sea.


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Motorists are encouraged to pack food, water and warm clothes for their commute this morning, while supermarket shelves are empty in Jylland. Plus, the 2024 tax on property sales causes a dip in the market, and five Mærsk ships are stranded in the Red Sea.

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