Sense Trumps Greed in Denmark

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Laurel Brunner

Over the last couple of months we’ve blogged a lot about the proposed tax on print that was due for a vote in the Danish parliament earlier this year. After months of effort by the Danish printers’ association, sense has prevailed. The ordeal has been arduous, but in the end worthwhile because the tax is no longer on the table.

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The Verdigris Project investigates the environmental impact of print media and provides information about sustainability initiatives for the international printing community. Keep up to date with the weekly Verdigris blog by Laurel Brunner.