Denmark would support an European Union-wide agreement to the digital tax controversy should a global deal fail, Prime Minister
“A year ago, the Danish government did not want a joint European digital tax. Today the Danish government does,” Frederiksen said in her first major speech on the EU since assuming office in June.
Under the previous center-right administration led by Lars Lokke Rasmussen, Denmark was one of the few European countries to oppose a digital tax targeting major U.S. companies for fear of retaliatory measures against its own multinationals.
The European ...