Denmark releases annual report and appoints new directors


The National Bank of Denmark published its annual Report and Accounts for 2011 on March 21. The central bank also announced the appointment of a new member of the committee of directors.

The report and accounts described developments in Danish and international economy and monetary and foreign exchange policies. One of the major projects outlined was the work into relocating the Royal Danish Mint to the central bank premises in Haynegade, Copenhagen.

The central bank carried out a number of

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