Posted on 29. Mar, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, March 23rd – March 29th 2020:

Coronavirus/ What happened: Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said the two-week lockdown announced on March 11th to curb the spread of the coronavirus wouldn’t be lifted until Easter, at the earliest – during a…

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Posted on 22. Mar, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, March 16th – March 22nd 2020

Coronavirus / What happened last week: The state’s financial aid packages for business presented last week will cost more than DKK100bn but Denmark can afford it according to one of the country’s leading…

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Posted on 15. Mar, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, March 9th – March 16th 2020:

The coronavirus outbreak dominated the week’s news: Denmark’s borders were shut down at 12.00 Saturday and will remain firmly closed until at least April 13th – all foreigners who cannot demonstrate a credible…

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Posted on 08. Mar, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, March 2nd – March 8th 2020:

Politics/Economy: The Confederation of Danish Industries (DI) warned that economic growth could fall by more than a third this year if the coronavirus turns into a global pandemic. The Finance Ministry reported a…

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Posted on 01. Mar, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, February 24th – March 1st 2020:

Politics/Economy: Social Liberal (Radikale) leader Morten Østergaard warned that unless the government presents a climate plan of action before June 5th (Constitution Day) his party will pull its parliamentary support – Climate Minister…

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Posted on 23. Feb, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, February 17th – 26th 2020:

Politics/Economy: Danish politicians and IT experts reacted angrily to reports that the Danish Military, and Defence Ministry, have since the 1990s spent millions on encryption devices from the Swiss company Crypto AG, owned…

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Posted on 16. Feb, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, February 10th – 16th 2020

Politics/Economy: The Tax Ministry covered up serious flaws in the Tax Authority’s (SKAT) control mechanisms of corporate tax, auto imports, and customs – parliament, despite repeated requests, has been denied access to 75…

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Posted on 09. Feb, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, February 3rd – 10th 2020:

Politics/Economy: The government’s parliamentary ally, the Social Liberals (Radikale) warned they would consider working alongside the opposition unless their relationship with the ruling Social Democrats improves. Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen laid out plans…

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Posted on 02. Feb, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, January 27th – February 2nd 2020

Politics/Economy: The Social Liberals’ (Radikale) surprising partnership with the opposition that forced the government to give up hopes of passing new anti-property speculation is the first sign of an ideological rift within the…

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Posted on 19. Jan, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, January 13th – 19th 2020:

Politics/Economy: The economy is facing a downturn this year as a slowdown that started in 2019 takes hold, according to a new pan-Scandinavian poll of leading economists. The Liberals’ former foreign minister Kristian…

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