Green and black money


DENMARK: Parliament agreed a DKr94bn transport infrastructure plan running to 2020 on January 29. This brings forward infrastructure projects which had been planned for 2010 onwards, and was described by Transport Minister Lars Barfoed as ‘two-thirds green, one third black’, reflecting the split between public transport and roads.

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