Posted on 25. Sep, 2014 in: News

Social Liberals welcome foreign workers

Labour spokesperson Hans Andersen (V) refers to calculations by liberal think tank CEPOS, showing that Denmark needs 250.000 more skilled workers by 2030 to keep a welfare level in line with Sweden. 150.000…

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Posted on 25. Sep, 2014 in: News

IC4 trains may lead to DSB bankruptcy

Transport Minister Magnus Heunicke (S) urged for funding to offset the value of the IC4 trains, which he says will not fulfil their purpose and will put national railway company DSB in a massive deficit. “I…

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Posted on 25. Sep, 2014 in: News

China suspected in defence industry espionage

Sophisticated and targeted cyber spying against the Danish defence industry has been ongoing since 2008, and funded by a foreign power. “We had some information in the end of 2012, which meant that…

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Posted on 25. Sep, 2014 in: News

Finance Ministry: Lower car tax would create more jobs

A 5 billion kroner relief in the registration fee on cars would create 10.000 jobs, according to calculations from the Ministry of Finance. These calculations also showed that an increase in the top…

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Posted on 25. Sep, 2014 in: News

Arla drops milk prices

A decline in exports has forced Danish dairy brand, Arla, to drop its milk prices for the sixth time this year. Arla will now receive DKK 2,56 per kilogram of milk they deliver,…

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Posted on 24. Sep, 2014 in: News

Education Minister: too many graduates outside labour market

Education Minister Sofie Carsten Nielsen (R) plans to reduce 4.000 spaces in study programs where prospects of employment are lowest. “Today, there are unfortunately far too many young people who spend many years of…

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Posted on 24. Sep, 2014 in: News

Red Green Alliance: Students being punished for lack of jobs

Education spokesperson Rosa Lund (E) does not think that graduate unemployment is an appropriate reason to cut down on education. “It is totally wrong that the Minister will determine which education programs young…

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Posted on 24. Sep, 2014 in: News

IS video raises terror threat

According to Military Intelligence Service (PET) the threat of terrorism in Denmark has recently been high, but Foreign Minister Morten Lidegaard (R) and terror experts say that the first mention of Denmark in…

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Posted on 24. Sep, 2014 in: News

Social Liberals reject free bridge proposal

Liberal Alliance plans to propose free trips across the bridge in the upcoming budget negotiations, but Social Liberals say it is financially irresponsible to eliminate tariffs on the Great Belt, at least until…

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Posted on 24. Sep, 2014 in: News

No one knows what the unemployed do after social benefits

Figures released by the National Board for Industrial Recruitment have cast doubt on the government’s categorisation of the unemployed who have lost their unemployment benefits, pointing out that there is no accurate record…

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