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(Feb 28, 2013)
It was reported on February 26, 2013, that the Danish government published a Plan for Growth DK – Strong Companies, More Jobs (Vækstplan DK - stærke virksomheder, flere job) in which it proposes to reduce the current 25% corporate income tax rate to 22%. The change would be implemented gradually over the course of the years 2014-2016, by reducing the rate 1% a year. (Laura Pakarinen,
The aim of the cut is to improve competitiveness and pull
- Author: Wendy Zeldin More by this author
- Topic: Taxation More on this topic
- Jurisdiction: Denmark More about this jurisdiction
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Last updated: 02/28/2013