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Still prohibited, is the tide slowly turning for commercial surrogacy?
Jun18

Still prohibited, is the tide slowly turning for commercial surrogacy?

A surrogate mother is a woman who becomes pregnant by agreement and has a child that she later hands over to her client. When she does this without being paid, it is termed altruistic surrogacy. However, a fee may be involved, and this is called commercial surrogacy. In traditional surrogacy, the surrogate mother’s egg is used, making her...

Denmark best place in Europe to do business
Jun13

Denmark best place in Europe to do business

Denmark is the most favourable place to do business in Europe, according to a EuCham survey of 45 of the continent’s countries. READ ALSO: Denmark remains top in Europe for business climate The European Chamber is an independent NGO representing the interests of national and international companies doing business in Europe. Having clean...

Royals teaming up with government for Sweden push
May30

Royals teaming up with government for Sweden push

The Crown Prince Couple have joined forces with the foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, and the food and environment minister, Esben Lunde Larsen, this week in order to promote Danish innovation in Sweden. As part of the ‘Liveable Scandinavia’ business delegation, over 60 Danish companies will also take part in a bid to uncover solutions to...

Social media prediction: Denmark won’t win Eurovision
May05

Social media prediction: Denmark won’t win Eurovision

When Anja Nissen hits the stage with the song ‘Where I Am’ at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest next week in Kiev, Denmark will be holding its breath for a strong showing. But according to the German-based online savings platforms, CupoNation, Denmark can forget about winning the competition. In fact, Denmark can look forward to an 11th...

Eastern Europe boosts first quarter for Carlsberg
May04

Eastern Europe boosts first quarter for Carlsberg

Thanks to a strong showing in eastern Europe, the Danish brewery giant Carlsberg has unveiled a financial result for the first quarter that has outperformed expectations. According to Carlsberg, turnover increased organically by 10 percent thanks to a stronger ruble and a Russia that has been consuming less, but more expensive beer. “With 4...

Ukraine could become lucrative export market for Denmark
Apr05

Ukraine could become lucrative export market for Denmark

In connection with the official visit to Denmark by Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko, the Danish confederation for industry, Dansk Industri (DI), contends the eastern European nation holds a lot of promise for Danish exports. Aside from meeting with Queen Margrethe II today, Poroshenko also discussed a number of topics with DI head...

Danish government laments St Petersburg bombing
Apr04

Danish government laments St Petersburg bombing

Danish PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen has offered his condolences to the people of Russia following the explosion that killed at least 11 people and injured about 50 others in the St Petersburg Metro yesterday afternoon. Rasmussen, who is currently on a state visit to Mexico, took some time out yesterday to speak to reporters in front of the national...

Denmark offer olive branch to Russia over Arctic despite “unacceptable behaviour” in Ukraine
Mar31

Denmark offer olive branch to Russia over Arctic despite “unacceptable behaviour” in Ukraine

At the meeting of the Arctic Forum, the Russian foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, had a working dinner with representatives from Denmark, Norway and Iceland. The main topic on the agenda was the development of the Arctic, but several other matters of common international significance were discussed. Sustainable development A number of...

Taxify eyeing Denmark following Uber’s demise
Mar31

Taxify eyeing Denmark following Uber’s demise

It didn’t take long for the news of Uber pulling the plug in Denmark before other companies began swooping in to fill the vacuum. One of the companies keen to take advantage of the forthcoming gap in the market when Uber signs off for good on April 18 is Taxify, one of the fastest growing transport apps in Europe. The company told the CPH...

Russian gas pipeline splits Parliament
Mar27

Russian gas pipeline splits Parliament

To allow, or not to allow. That is the question the Danish government will be entertaining in the coming week when the Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 formally asks for permission to lead the pipeline through Danish waters in the Baltic Sea. But in Denmark’s political arena, the question has divided a number of parties. Dansk Folkeparti...

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