Value of Danish mixed credit projects skyrockets to DKK 2.2b in 2005
BusinessDecember 05, 2005
While other Nordic countries have scaled back their mixed credits, Denmark reaches new record levels. This year the contract value of approved soft loans amount to DKK 2.2 billion. Denmark has reserved itself against the OECD untying regime and continues to tie mixed credit contracts to Danish suppliers. It also links mixed credit projects to government procurement of CO2 quotas.
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