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Denmark proposes $1.5 billion fund for firms struggling with corona crisis

Christian Fernsby |
Denmark proposes to create a fund for the state, possibly together with private investors, to inject 10 billion Danish crowns ($1.52 billion) into large companies struggling during the coronavirus crisis, newspaper Borsen said.

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Topics: DENMARK   

“It is too early to say to what extent such a fund will be needed, which is why the 10 billion is a starting point,” Finance Minister Nicolai Wammen told Borsen.

He added that the fund could exceed 10 billion crowns if needed.


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