The Öresund commuter Petrus Nietzson waits for his train. Photo: Johan Nilsson/TT
Malmö has demanded that it be given direct control of the almost one billion kronor ($107m) a year in compensation paid by Denmark for taxes lost to those who commute across the Öresund Bridge.
Malmö's mayor Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh on Tuesday sent a letter to Magdalena Andersson, Sweden's finance minister, calling for the funds to be paid directly to the municipalities where the commuters live.
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