The Danish Business Authority is committed to a well-functioning single market and increased export shares on emerging markets.
The principle of free movement applies to both goods, persons and services and facilitate trade and movements cross border in the EU.
The Danish Business Authority is responsible for administering the rules on screening of foreign investments in Denmark.
Some items, goods and technologies may be potentially dangerous. This is the case if, for instance, they can be used for the production of weapons of mass destruction, i.a. chemical weapons or nuclear weapons.
If your EU rights are breached by public authorities in another EU country, SOLVIT can help.
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.
The five Nordic countries – Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland – cooperate with one another to improve and coordinate matters of business and energy policy. The collaboration of the Nordic countries is divided into two pillars: the Nordic Council and the Nordic Council of Ministers.
The Danish Business Authority works to further economic cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region.
World exhibitions (EXPOs) are mega events at which the participating countries brand themselves and display their latest inventions related to the theme of the exhibition.
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