Posted on 29. Sep, 2011 in: News

Industry gloom

It’s doom and gloom in the industrial sector. New Statistics Denmark figures show industry expectations for future orders fell from 4 in August to 1 in September, while expectations for employment dropped from…

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Posted on 29. Sep, 2011 in: News

Euro crisis could lead to unemployment boom

The euro crisis, the finance crisis, and the debt crisis – three extremely negative developments that are going to hit the Danish labour market hard over the upcoming months. With unemployment on the…

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Posted on 29. Sep, 2011 in: News

Berlingske: New government ready

The Social Liberals have decided to form a government alongside the Social Democrats (S) and Socialist People’s Party (SPP), according to leading daily newspaper Berlingske which reports today that, although its yet to…

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Posted on 29. Sep, 2011 in: News

Researchers demand release of Stasi archives

Politicians are asking questions as to why Danish Intelligence (PET) continues to hold confidential Stasi records of Danish nationals. According to left-wing daily Information, PET has an archive containing names of all those…

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Posted on 29. Sep, 2011 in: News

Immigrants lag behind in international literacy survey

The risk of leaving school with very poor reading skills is twice as great for an immigrant compared to an ethnic Dane. The OECD’s annual education report, Education at a Glance, part of…

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Posted on 29. Sep, 2011 in: News

Denmark continues Libya bombing raids

Although Tripoli has been seized and the battles in Libya are concentrated on removing the last remnants of Gaddafis forces, Danish F-16’s continue to fly bombing missions. Acting on NATO command, Danish jets…

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Posted on 29. Sep, 2011 in: News

Think-tank welcomes tax signals

The right-leaning think-tank Cepos has welcomed the ‘positive’ tax signals emanating from the behind closed doors negotiations between the red-bloc parties. Spokesman Mads Lundby Hansen said Denmark desperately needs tax reform that would…

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Posted on 28. Sep, 2011 in: News

New government to cut taxes?

As the government negotiations head towards their conclusion, reports suggest that the Social Democrats and Socialist People’s Party have bowed to the Social Liberals’ demand for lower income tax to boost competitiveness. According…

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Posted on 28. Sep, 2011 in: News

DE: Growth before equality

If the new government is really serious about tax reform it should give greater priority to growth than financial equality, according to DE, The Danish Chamber of Commerce, who have welcomed the prospect of…

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Posted on 28. Sep, 2011 in: News

Activist loses Bahrain appeal

A Bahrain appeals court has confirmed the life-sentence handed down to a Danish citizen convicted of attempting to overthrow the country’s regime. 49-year-old Abdulhadi al-Khawaja was granted political asylum in Denmark in 1991,…

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