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A Lesson  for Sweden
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A Lesson for Sweden

Sweden is looking to Denmark, a country that’s still recovering from the effects of a housing market crash in 2008, in how to reduce household debt burdens that have soared to records, Bloomberg said. The government will consider reducing tax deductions on mortgage interest and is studying how Denmark implemented similar measures, Financial Markets Minister Per Bolund said.

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