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EU, Germany and Denmark sued by oil firm over windfall tax
Officials fear secret courts will block climate action and divert billions into coffers of fossil fuel investors.
Denmark to withdraw from Energy Charter Treaty
Denmark will withdraw from the Energy Charter Treaty as it creates more uncertainties about investments than certainties, the Danish government announced.
Sweden opposes Council appeal on Western Sahara court ruling
In a move that surprised no one, the EU Council has appealed the recent EU Court of Justice stopping EU trade and fisheries in occupied Western Sahara.
US no longer wants to buy Greenland, Secretary of State confirms
The US wants to find ways to strengthen the commercial relationship with Greenland while the new Greenlandic local government floated the idea of a free trade agreement.
India, Denmark agree to finalise bilateral broad-based trade, investment agreement
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Denmark counterpart Mette Frederiksen agreed to work towards an early conclusion of the bilateral broad-based trade and investment agreement.
Small–scale farmers of Africa and Denmark reject free trade agreements
Free trade agreements on farm products benefits primarily transnational corporations and furthers the industrialisation of agriculture. All at the expense of local food production.
Five Nordic countries pitch for FTA with India
The five Nordic countries of Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland and Sweden have pitched for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with India to increase business ties.
EU and Japan FTA to boost beef and pork sales
The EU meat industry is quite pleased with the agreement in principle between EU and Japan, on the basis of the preliminary outcomes for beef and pork.
Denmark signs EU free trade deal with Canada
A considerable majority in Parliament has approved the ratification of the EU’s free trade agreement with Canada (CETA). As a result, Denmark is among the first EU nations to sign on.
Don’t trade with Western Sahara, says Danish parliament
The Danish parliament unanimously passed a motion on Western Sahara that urges Danish companies and the Danish public sector not to trade with Africa’s last colony.
Consumer rights group launches petition to exclude cosmetics from TTIP
The Danish consumer rights organisation Forbrugerrådet Tænk wants to keep cosmetics regulation out of the Transatlantic free trade negotiations, saying it is worried that the EU will "sell out" its strict standards.
EU must allay fears about free trade with Canada, Danish minister say
Danish companies — such as pharmaceutical giant Novo-Nordisk, who will get expanded patent protection in Canada — see huge opportunities for boosting their revenues through CETA.
Japan, Denmark eye cooperation on maritime security, FTA
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Danish counterpart Helle Thorning-Schmidt agreed Tuesday to strengthen bilateral cooperation on maritime security and pledged to seek the early conclusion of a free trade agreement between Japan and the European Union.
Ruling On Land Threat To Foreign Investment - lawyer
The judgement by the Supreme Court this week dismissing a Danish land suit against the government has shown that any foreign investment in land will not be protected by the law, defence lawyer Advocate Lewis Uriri has said.
New Danish strategy targets free trade with emerging markets in Asia
A new trade policy strategy from the Government of Denmark aims at supporting ambitious EU bilateral and regional free trade and investment agreements — especially with new growth markets in Asia.
Indonesia, Denmark put controversy aside to sign investment agreement
In an effort to put last year’s cartoon controversy behind them, Indonesia and Denmark have reached an agreement on investment promotion and protection.