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DI in Brussels
The EU provides access to the Single Market, exports and Danish jobs, while also giving Denmark a stronger voice in and beyond Europe. Therefore, DI has an office in Brussels to represent the policy interests of DI’s member companies.
International media paint a misleading picture of how Covid-19 affects Danish business
Reading international media could give you the impression that all of Denmark – including industry – has been closed down. This is not the case, but this perception has already affected Danish companies such as the furniture producer, Steens. Danish…
If you need advice on Single Market trading, global trading, export controls, or international finance DI can support you.
Global Danish export potential when coal is phased out of electricity production
At COP26 the entire world unites to fight the massive challenge of climate change. Use of coal is the single largest source to energy related greenhouse gas emissions. In the EU, high prices on CO2 emissions have made coalfired power plants a bad…
EU Public Affairs Network in Brussels
Do you work with public affairs and political lobbying in a European context? Sign up for DI’s network intended for public affairs employees from DI’s member companies with interest in European politics and lobbying. Get the latest news from Brussels…
The way forward for the European Single Market
The EU Single Market is the world’s largest single market comprising more than 500 million people and 26 million companies. Maintaining and developing the Single Market is an ongoing effort that needs constant political attention. Based on an…