Posted on 27. Jul, 2014 in: News

‘Soda boom’ will affect Danish health

Removal of ‘soda tax’ in Denmark has led to a major increase in sales. This will also lead to negative health effects, according to experts. The extra tax on carbonated beverages was removed…

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Posted on 25. Jul, 2014 in: News

Backsliding SF voters turn to DPP

Many of the voters who voted for the Socialist People’s Party in the 2011 general elections will turn their votes towards The Danish People’s Party, according to statistics from an upcoming book, “Voters…

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Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 in: News

Paradox of workplace security checks

An increasing number of employees are being required to get official security clearance by the Police Intelligence Service (PET) before starting new jobs. Former PET manager says this makes sensitive information less secure….

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Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 in: News

Danske Bank raises 2014 outlook

Danske Bank increased its 2014 net profit forecast on Thursday after posting its best quarterly result since the start of the global financial crisis in 2008. Denmark’s largest lender said it now expected…

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Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 in: News

Chinese spend less on Danish luxury goods

Thai consumers at the forefront of spending in Denmark, while Chinese tourists are cutting down on extravagant purchases. According to figures from tax refund company Global Blue on foreign VAT refunds, the average…

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Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 in: News

Denmark closes Irish tax loophole

Danish flight staff employed by Irish airlines can no longer avoid paying taxes in Denmark. Until now, Danes employed by Irish airlines have only had to pay tax in Ireland, which has much…

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Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 in: News

Fewer Eastern European workers in trade unions

Despite reports of an increase, calculations show labour union membership decrease for workers from from Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Latvia, and Lithuania. A report released by the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions (LO) stated…

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Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 in: News

Former DPP politician criticizes Europe’s Muslims

Former EU politician Mogens Camre (DPP) made hateful remarks about the European Muslim community over twitter. Mogens Camre, who was a member of both Danish and EU parliament under the Danish People’s Party…

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Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 in: News

PET closely following terror threat in Norway

The Danish Intelligence Service (PET) is directing all attention to Norway after the Norwegian government and police have warned of a serious terrorist threat in the country. Mads Hansen, head of the executive…

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Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 in: News

Danish diplomat named head of UN mission in Sudan

Ellen Margrethe Løj of Denmark was named as his new Special Representative head of the United Nations peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday. Løj replaces Hilde…

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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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