Danish governor attacks prime minister’s property tax proposals

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Governor of the Danish central bank, Lars Rohde

Denmark's central bank governor has criticised proposals for property tax reform put forward by the country's prime minister. Governor Lars Rohde said the policy would worsen house price bubbles, and warned again that there is already one such bubble in Danish capital Copenhagen.

Prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has proposed setting aside Dkr24 billion ($3.6 billion) as part of his government's '2025 master plan' to ensure that Danish property owners do not have to pay higher tax if their

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