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September 4, 2017

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the government of Copenhagen intends to abolish the tax recording for the second hand ships

Approval of the association of the Danish shipowners

the association of the Danish shipowners has announced that the government of Copenhagen has included in own plan of financial act for a 2018 measure that second hand previews the abolition of the tax special recording for the mercantile ships, cost - has evidenced the association - than currently returns less attraction the recording under the Danish flag of the used ships acquired from the navigation companies.

"We know from the contacts with the Danish and foreign companies of navigation - it has specified the managing director of the association Danish Shipping, Anne Steffensen - than the recording tax represents an obstacle when they want to carry out a recording under Danish flag. Therefore I am pleased that this tax will be removed returning Denmark a more attractive market. This - it has emphasized Steffensen - is a good for the Danish marine cluster and constitutes a strong sign approximately the fact that Denmark will be an important total marine center".

the association has specified that currently the recording of a second hand ship under the Danish flag involves the payment of a tax the amount pairs to thousandth of the value of the ship and of a relative tax to a hypothecating registration of the amount pairs to thousandth of the value of the security. Danish Shipping has evidenced that in many concurrent marine nations the tax has a remarkablly inferior amount.

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