Posted on 25. Nov, 2013 in: News

30,000 have lost unemployment benefits

30,700 jobless have lost the right to benefits so far this year, an average of 100 per day, new figures from the AK-Samvirke unemployment insurance fund shows. A spokesman for AK said the…

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Posted on 25. Nov, 2013 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, November 18th – November 24th,2013

Politics/Economy Development Aid Minister Christian Friis Bach dramtically resigned, Thursday, after acknowledging that he misled parliament over the Lars Løkke Rasmussen travel expense scandal. He was replaced by the Social Liberals’ Rasmus Helveg…

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Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 in: News

Development Minister steps down

Christian Friis Bach confirmed his resignation as Development Aid Minister, Thursday. At a press conference he acknowledged that he was mistaken when he informed parliament he had no knowledge of Liberal leader Lars…

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Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 in: News

Liberals: Government has misled us

The Liberals have accused the government of a cover up after Christian Friis Bach’s resignation as Development Aid Minister, Thursday. In an attempt to score political points, the party’s former development aid minister,…

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Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 in: News

PM denies cover-up

Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said it was ‘pure coincidence’ that the Foreign Ministry officially ‘discovered’ that Christian Friis Bach had misinformed parliament the day after local elections, not before. The Liberals have called…

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Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 in: News

No apology for Løkke

Newly appointed Development Aid Minister Rasmus Helveg Petersen, who’s been a strong critic of Lars Løkke Rasmussen in the GGGI affair, said he wouldn’t be rushing to apologise to the Liberal leader after…

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Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 in: News

Good poll news for Liberals – and Løkke

The Liberals have regained their position as Denmark’s biggest party. Less than a week after a Voxmeter poll for news agency Ritzau showed that the Social Democrats’ had overtaken their main rival for…

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Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 in: News

DONG appeals to Angela Merkel

State-run DONG Energy has appealed to German Chancellor Angela Merkel to reconsider her intention to scale back Germany’s financial support for the development of renewable energy. In a personal letter to the Chancellor,…

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Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 in: News

Carlsberg’s DKK900m ad campaign

Danish brewing giant Carlsberg has placed its DKK900m global advertising budget, with the exception of China, in the hands of communications agency OMD, British media industry magazine Campaign reports. From Campaign: Carlsberg has…

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Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 in: News

Vestas aims to settle US lawsuit

Vestas is making renewed efforts to settle a potentially damaging lawsuit in the USA. The class action, initiated in 2011 by angry shareholders, charged Vestas with issuing materially false and misleading statements regarding…

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7:59 – All the Danish News That Fits

7:59 – Danish News Today, is the most reliable source of daily Danish news in English for diplomats, the ex-pat community, the business sector, or anyone in Denmark or abroad seeking an insight into what’s happening in Denmark right now.

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