Denmark will lower the tax rate on the cheapest cars to 85 percent from 105 percent in a move that will cost the government about 600 million kroner ($100 million) next year. The cheap-car category will also be expanded to include vehicles costing up to 185,000 kroner compared with the current cap of 106,600 kroner, the country’s finance ministry said in a statement late Thursday.
Las firmas minoristas también han destacado el debilitado atractivo de los productos Lego. En junio, el máximo ejecutivo de Toys R Us, David Brandon, dijo que las ventas del fabricante danés de juguetes estaban sufriendo una "debilidad significativa en la demanda". "Lego Batman: La Película", filme de animación con el superhéroe y los ladrillos de la compañía, no ha generado las ventas de juguetes que Toys R Us o Lego esperaban, dijo.
Lego A/S reported a decline in sales and profit and said it would cut 8 percent of its workforce as Europe’s biggest toymaker is going through a leadership transition phase after a decade of rapid expansion. Net income in the first half of the year declined by 3 percent to 3.4 billion kroner ($540 million), the closely held company, which is based in the western Denmark city of Billund, said in a statement Tuesday. Sales declined by 5 percent to 14.9 billion kroner.
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