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Denmark extends border checks, debates immigration reform

Jan 13 2016

COPENHAGEN Denmark said it would extend temporary border controls by 20 days in order to deter migrants as parliament started to debate tough immigration reforms.

Denmark extends border checks, debates immigration reform

Jan 13 2016

COPENHAGEN Denmark said it would extend temporary border controls by 20 days in order to deter migrants as parliament started to debate tough immigration reforms.

Paris climate pact sinks coal stocks, lifts renewable energy

Dec 14 2015

A landmark deal to curb global warming dented shares of fossil fuel companies and lifted renewable energy stocks on Monday, although some price swings were muted by the non-binding nature of the pact.

Paris climate pact sinks coal stocks, lifts renewable energy

Dec 14 2015

A landmark deal to curb global warming dented shares of fossil fuel companies on Monday and lifted renewable energy stocks, although some price swings were muted by the non-binding nature of the pact.

Lundbeck CEO sees new drugs cementing recovery after cost cuts

Nov 10 2015

COPENHAGEN Lundbeck's new chief executive expects deep cost cutting to return the Danish drugmaker to profit next year, and new treatments for depression and schizophrenia to cement its turnaround in the years ahead.

Drug maker Novo Nordisk to build $78 million plant in Iran

Sep 22 2015

COPENHAGEN Danish drug maker Novo Nordisk will invest 70 million euros ($78 million) to build a manufacturing plant in Iran, joining a small group of European companies to announce concrete deals there since the Islamic Republic reached a nuclear deal in July.

LEGO goes into space as first-half sales surpass Mattel

Sep 02 2015

COPENHAGEN Toymaker LEGO scored two publicity victories on Wednesday, sending 20 of its plastic figures into space alongside Denmark's first astronaut and surpassing the first-half earnings of Barbie maker Mattel , a top rival for children's pocket money. | Video

LEGO goes into space as first-half sales surpass Mattel

Sep 02 2015

COPENHAGEN, Sept 2 Toymaker LEGO scored two publicity victories on Wednesday, sending 20 of its plastic figures into space alongside Denmark's first astronaut and surpassing the first-half earnings of Barbie maker Mattel , a top rival for children's pocket money.

Danish Liberals get mandate to try to form minority government

Jun 22 2015

COPENHAGEN Denmark's center-right Liberals received a mandate on Monday to form a minority government and signaled that the eurosceptic Danish People's Party (DF) was their most likely coalition partner.

Danish Liberals get mandate to try to form minority government

Jun 22 2015

COPENHAGEN Denmark's centre-right Liberals received a mandate on Monday to form a minority government and signalled that the eurosceptic Danish People's Party (DF) was their most likely coalition partner.

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