Reconsidering the German-Danish Bridge
It took the German and Danish governments over 15 years to finally hammer out an agreement on building a bridge of "historic dimensions" between the countries. But now the project has hit rough waters again. Transport experts and a German court have now warned that the bridge is entirely unneeded and could turn into a "money pit worth billions to the German taxpayer." Meanwhile, a majority of Danes want the project ditched.
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