Denmark urges pension funds to join venture capital pool


DENMARK - The Danish government wants to set up a DKK5bn ($880m) venture capital pool with the country's pension funds to invest in small and medium sized domestic businesses.

The Economy and Business Affairs ministry said most of the money should come from Danish pension funds such as ATP. Part of the money should be used for loans that would match up to DKK6m kroner in private...

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