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Three-year collective agreement for industry: Focus on security, flexibility and retaining competitive strength
After 24 hours of unbroken final negotiations, the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) and the Central Organisation of Industrial Employees in Denmark (CO-industri) announced on Sunday, 9 February, that they had reached an agreement on a three-year…
DI's global presence and network
For Denmark and Danish companies, access to the global marketplace is crucial. Therefore, it is important to embrace global opportunities and play a part in shaping the global trade and investment framework.
The country has one of the lowest water resource reserves in Europe with a per capita water availability around 1630m3/yr. Furthermore, water resources are unevenly distributed geographically with more than 50% of the country experiencing shortages…
March 17, 2020: Information concerning new and more stringent corona measures
In the evening of 17 March, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced new significant and strict measures to help break the infection chain and deal with the present crisis affecting Denmark, Europe and the rest of the world.
The country is known as the “Land of a Thousand lakes”, as there are some 168000 lakes in Finland larger than 500 square meters and about 57000 of them have an area larger than 10000m2.
The level of water and waste water service, including waste water treatment, is not among the highest in Europe. There have been several cases of lack of water supply and of failing water treatment in the country.
The Netherlands, with a population of more than 16 million, is the most densely populated country in Europe.
Switzerland has a population of 7.7 million and a surface area of 41285km². 74% of the population lives in urban areas, where the coverage of water and waste water services is 100%.
Thailand has a total population of 67 million people, with the largest part of the population living in rural areas (63%). The population of Thailand is increasing and will continue to do so over the next many years.
DI postpones your DI membership fee and the fee for related member associations due to the corona crisis.
The corona situation and its consequences develop day by day. An extraordinary meeting has now been held by DI’s Executive Committee to discuss the situation – and above all review how DI can contribute to Danish companies and Danish economy pulling…