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Denmark’s Prime Minister commits to cut income tax in 2018

Denmark’s Prime Minister commits to cut income tax in 2018

COPENHEGEN: Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said he wants to conclude the government’s planned tax reform this year, targeting income tax cuts for workers with low and medium-sized wages. The tax cuts will make it more feasible to work, which will bring more people to the job market and help ease Denmark’s labor shortage, Rasmussen said in his New Year’s speech on Monday. The government wants to balance tax cuts with welfare improvements

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