Posted on 29. Nov, 2013 in: News

New poll: Red/Greens to blame for budget failure

Voters have given the Red/Green Alliance the thumbs-down for failing to agree on next year’s budget with the government. In a Wilke poll for Jyllands-Posten, 60.3% of respondents give the far-left party the…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2013 in: News

Aid minister quits GGGI

New Development Aid Minister Rasmus Helveg Petersen has quit the board of the controversial Korean climate organisation, GGGI (Global Green Growth Instiute), which was at the centre of the Lars Løkke Rasmussen travel…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2013 in: News

New survey: People in need have no backbone

One in five Danes believes that those in need who live on the edge of society have no willpower or wish to improve their situation. Whether its heroin addicts, the homeless, or the…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2013 in: News

Immigration laws block ‘eggheads’

Denmark is investing DKK1.4bn in a major significant research project in Sweden that will tempt thousands of top scientists from throughout the world to come to Scandinavia – however, strict immigration laws will…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2013 in: News

Justice Minister admits mistake as 100 asylum seekers vanish into thin air

Justice Minister Morten Bødskov acknowledged yesterday that it was a ‘serious mistake’ when 100 asylum seekers were allowed to ‘disappear’ on their way from Copenhagen Airport to Sandholm refugee camp but denied claims…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2013 in: News

Slight rise in unemployment

Despite signs that the economy is improving it will be well into next year before the jobless figures improve, economists claim. 300 more people joined the unemployment queue in October, which grew to…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2013 in: News

Industry optimism

Despite the labour market pessimism, industrial optimism continues to rise. The collective business cycle index for industry jumped to 10, from 7, in November, the second-highest figure since Spring, 2007, following positive figures…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2013 in: News

Business shorts

Vestas inks Turkey deal/ Record high stock exchange / Chinese businessman tried to bribe tax official Vestas Vestas has grabbed a 23MW contract to extend the Bakras wind farm in Turkey using its…

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Posted on 28. Nov, 2013 in: News

PM satisfied with budget – Red/Greens were ‘too demanding’

Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt expressed satisfaction with the government’s budget deal with the Liberals and Conservatives yesterday, despite stating very clearly, Wednesday, that her preference was a ‘red’ based agreement with the…

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Posted on 28. Nov, 2013 in: News

Red/Greens’ influence weakened by budget fall-out

By refusing to back the 2014 budget the Red/Green Alliance has seriously compromised its role as the government’s support party in the countdown to the next general election, leading analysts claim. Political commentator,…

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