National Bank of Denmark chief says country should sign up to ‘more Europe’


Denmark risks sending the wrong signals to markets and harming its economic credibility if it does not participate in European plans for stronger economic integration, including fiscal policy, Nils Bernstein, chairman of the National Bank of Denmark, said today (December 14).

Speaking at Danske Bank in Copenhagen, Bernstein said since the krone is pegged to the euro, Denmark will be affected by European decisions whether it participates in closer integration or not, but remaining an outsider

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