Denmark will tell who gets what farmsubsidies from the EU – to all those who ask. Finland and Sweden have taken the same approach.
As EU-leaders discuss pension reforms, EU-citizens are not supposed to see the arguments.
Swedish authorities will continue to release data on EU farm subsidies in spite of the ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to ban such disclosure on the Internet.
Sweden has criticised recent commission proposals to overhaul the rules on providing public access to documents, saying they represent a step backwards.