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Here you can read the latest DI Business news in English from the Confederation of Danish Industry.
Carlsberg has successfully replaced plastic with glue on the brewery’s multipacks and is now extending its green initiatives with recycled beer kegs and cups, says Søren Brinck, Managing Director at Carlsberg Danmark.
With the “Made in China 2025” industrial policy, China is seeking to turn the country into the global leader in high-tech manufacturing in sectors such as robotics by 2025. Danish companies must enter into partnerships and focus on development in…
If the global economy collapses, Denmark will have very little financial firepower to draw upon, shows new DI analysis. Politicians ought to consider how to increase the fiscal room for manoeuvre, says DI director.
DI’s forecast for the Danish economy foresees ongoing growth in Denmark. However, crises from near and far threaten to throw the economy off course.
Mexico is investing heavily in a greener energy sector – and has its eye on Danish energy solutions. Mexican mayors have just toured around Denmark to look at sustainable solutions such as solar heating installations from Arcon-Sunmark.
Young Danes are overwhelmingly positive towards the EU, shows a new DI survey. So why don’t they vote at the European Parliament elections, asks DI Director and Head of European Affairs Anders Ladefoged.
Monday evening 14 talented companies went home with a Danish Design Award. Among the winners was Lakrids by Bülow, who received a much-deserved award for design that creates jobs.
Sales of electric and hybrid cars are on the rise, and still more consumers imagine that their next car will be green. Meanwhile, the high price tag on green vehicles and the limited range of electric cars are still a deterrent, shows a new study…
The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) will welcome its new CEO when Lars Sandahl Sørensen, Deputy President at SAS, assumes the position in mid-August.
Student teams are currently busy developing solutions to challenges posed by companies such as Peter Larsen Kaffe and Fischer Lighting. Their solutions will be accelerated and presented to a panel of experts at Denmark’s democracy festival,…