When the Danish Defence acquires new defence equipment, the Danish Business Authority may – for the sake of essential Danish security interests – put foreign suppliers under an obligation to co-operate with Danish companies.
When the Danish Armed Forces procure new defence equipment, the Danish Business Authority may oblige foreign suppliers to collaborate with Danish companies in the area of defence, in order to secure Denmark’s essential security interests. This is called industrial co-operation.
Denmark participates in the Joint Strike Fighter programme for the development and acquisition of the F-35 fighter aircraft. In this context, the Danish Government has set up an industrial partnership for defence-related exports to the USA.
The new Defence Industrial Strategy was launched in the summer of 2021. The strategy was written collaboratively by the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, the Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
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