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Denmark a no non sense country for driving and talking on the phone as 42 000 penalised for the crime

Thursday, 16 February 2012
Last year 42 000 motorists were fined for talking on a cell phone without hands free, representing a doubling in four years.

Danish students must be out in the world if Denmark is to be a true international player

Sunday, 22 January 2012
All Danish college students should take a period abroad for Denmark to survive in global competition.

Danish youths smoke more cigarettes than the Norwegians. Secret in Norway is to hide it from youths
Thursday, 29 December 2011

Danish youths smoke more than the Norwegian youths and other Nordic Youths. Why the vast difference is that in Norway, young people bypass tobacco, because the stores have been forced to hide cigarettes away from plain view.

Denmark tops the league of EU country with increasing bankrupt companies
Friday, 18 November 2011

Tight Danish business laws and climate mean that there is little flexibility for companies that are distress to regain some composure. As such Denmark leads the league of countries where companies often seek bankruptcy protection or where companies easily collapse.

Denmark freeze Syrian assets

Thursday, 17 November 2011
The Danish authorities have frozen Dkr30 million, which persons associated with the Syrian regime, have placed in Denmark.

Danish Security Service warns of race war in Denmark
Thursday, 17 November 2011

They are few, but they are about to arm themselves and receive military training abroad. Danish right-wing extremists are preparing for race war, warns the Danish security service PET.

Weak Danish exports constrict the economy and push it more to recession
 Wednesday, 09 November 2011
The Danish economy has really been performing poorly in the past six years, as the Danish companies exported less to the international market.

Danish wind power could be environmental problems
 Tuesday, 08 November 2011
Denmark's wind power investment may fail to benefit the environment, according to warnings from warns chairman of “The Økonomisk Advice” Hans Jorgen Whitten-Jacobsen.

The cost of smoking and drinking in Denmark to sky rocket
Thursday, 03 November 2011
Gone are the days Swedish people will flock in  boats and buses to go to Denmark and buy cheap booze and cigarettes. The new Danish government is revising the prices of booze and cigarette up.

Foreign students should be given three years after their master's degree to look for work in Denmark

Monday, 24 October 2011
Denmark need skill labour and the past Danish government killed the spirit of foreign skills to remain in the country with a very strong and tight immigration rules. Now the new government led by the Social Democrats are looking for ways of relaxing that so as to retain skills in the country.

Denmark in joint air defence proposal with neighbouring NATO countries

Saturday, 15 October 2011
Denmark's Defense Minister is proposing a defence move whereby Danish Defence will collaborate with neighbour in periods of attack. The move is to enable Denmark to make big savings in it defence spending. NATO’s Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen welcomes the idea.

Explosions in a barracks in Denmark

Saturday, 08 October 2011
Explosions have been heard from a former civil defense barracks in Andsten close Lunderskov in Denmark, according to security company Falck. One person dead as a result.

Danish government implements fat tax on fatty food and make healthy food cheaper – Common sense?
 Sunday, 02 October 2011
From today, it will be more expensive to buy items like meat, cheese and butter in Denmark as fat tax is implemented on foods and supplement which are thought to increase the fat epidemic sweeping the country. Denmark thus becomes the first country in the world to implement such taxes and this will be closely watched by other to see the effects.

Fallout from the Danish general elections - Why the ruling parties failed Friday, 16 September 2011
The Danish general elections has finally been concluded and the verdict it known. The government of   Prime Minister Lars Rasmussen is now giving way to a new set of people to manage the country.

Left wing Social Democrats in power in Denmark, following trends in Finland and Norway.

Friday, 16 September 2011
As we reported last night, the left-wing party bloc in Denmark was victorious in the general elections there. But not until former prime minister, Lars Rasmussen shortly before midnight said to his supporters that he congratulated his rival Helle Thorning-Schmidt, it was quite clear: Denmark will change colour in its political placing.

Danish elections will not change its harsh immigration laws

Wednesday, 14 September 2011
Thursday is Election Day in Denmark. According to opinion polls, the left wing bloc is on the leads. But though they present some policies that are enticing to voters, it does not means that if there comes a change of government, the harsh immigration policies will disappear.

How the Danish jobs market hold despite a weak economy – How do day do it?

Wednesday, 14 September 2011
Danish labour market model has survived the crisis. Danish economy is going through a long period of weak growth. But unemployment is relatively low and remains around four percent.

Denmark sending mentally ill soldiers into war

Monday, 05 September 2011
Denmark has for years sent soldiers with mental problems to the war zones, according to the Danish newspaper Politiken.

Danish Public sector IT jobs sent to India

Thursday, 01 September 2011
The Danish economy is limping and unemployment is set to rise but something quite familiar is unravelling in the economy.

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