Oil taxes to fund Danish rail investment

The government's overall aim is to make public transport a more sustainable and attractive option than private cars.

DENMARK: The government and two opposition parties have reached an agreement to raise taxes on North Sea hydrocarbon extraction and invest the additional revenue in upgrading the rail network.

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