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DANISH NEWS - The long-awaited economic upturn is just around the corner. That’s the view of a large majority of the electorate in a new poll
Two out of three voters believe Denmark is heading for ‘five good years’ while just 25 per cent believe the crisis will continue, in a new poll by Greens, reported by Seven59.dk and b.dk.
Economists attribute the new found optimism to a number of factors, such as low interest rates, tax relief, a recovering housing market, and the government’s growth plan.
Senior Nordea analyst Jan Størup Nielsen said a surprising rise in consumer confidence reflects the current mood of the electorate.
“People feel they have more disposable income due to tax relief and prices aren’t rising so everything’s looking a little brighter right now,” he said.
Danish article from b.dk here.
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