The central government budget proposal for 2010 is presented today. The proposal includes substantial increases in public investments.
The Ministry of Finance has published the May 2009 edition of its Economic Survey.
For 2008, the final account for the central government reflects a surplus on the current, investment and lending account, i.e. the CIL-account, of DKK 72¼bn. A deficit of DKK 21½bn is estimated for 2009, cf. Budget Outlook 1, May 2009.
Bulgaria, Estonia, Germany, and Lithuania agreed on the following declaration on the scope of reduced VAT rates at the ECODIN Council meeting on March 10, 2009
The Danish Government and the Danish People’s Party have agreed on a tax reform and additional measures to stimulate activity in the Danish economy.
The Minister of Finance, Mr. Lars Løkke Rasmussen, attended the climate conference in Poland on 9th of december 2008.
Today, the British government has taken a series of initiatives with the aim of stabilising financial markets.