While Danish students are finishing and celebrating their exams the Danish government has submitted its VNR report to the United Nations.
On Tuesday, May 30 at 13.30 PM, Economic Survey, May 2017 will be available at oim.dk.
By this Agreement and its Appendices the Government and A.P. Møller-Mærsk A/S and Mærsk Olie og Gas A/S (the “Concessionaires”) also on behalf of their partners in Danish Underground Consortium (DUC), confirm that preparations are being made for the full reconstruction of the Tyra field facilities.
The prolonged period of recovery following the global financial crisis is coming to an end. The Danish economy has been growing every year since 2009, unemployment is low and employment is booming. The Danish economy is heading towards a new era. This is apparent from the Economic Survey, December 2016, presented by the Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior Simon Emil Ammitzbøll.
On Monday, December 12 at 10.30 AM, Economic Survey, December 2016 will be available at oim.dk.
The global backdrop for growth in the Danish economy has turned bleaker over the summer. Even so, the moderate recovery is set to continue with modest GDP growth and solid growth in the labour market. An additional 118,000 persons are expected to be employed by 2017, compared to 2012, according to the Economic Survey presented today by Minister of Finance Claus Hjort Frederiksen.
On Tuesday, August 30 at 11.00 AM, Economic Survey, August 2016 will be available at fm.dk.
The Danish economy continues its progress, and unemployment is now on a 40-year low except from the years 2007 and 2008 when the labour market was overheated. Since the turnaround in the fall of 2012, employment in the private sector has increased by 82,000 persons. This is documented in the Economic Survey released by the finance minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen today.
On Friday, May 27 at 9.15 AM, Economic Survey, May 2016 will be available at fm.dk.
The Danish economy has been strengthened through 2015, and both GDP and employment have grown. The economy is not booming, but growth has been strong enough to drive a significant improvement in the labour market, and employment in the private sector has increased by 66,000 persons since the turnaround in 2012. As the business cycle continues to improve, the need for a gradual reversion of the accommodative fiscal policy grows. This is documented in the Economic Survey, released by the finance minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen today.