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Jesper Lok is chairman of the maritime growth team, which will present its recommendations to the government Friday.
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Denmark launches strategy for maritime growth

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Denmark's "maritime growth team" will present its recommendations to the Danish government Friday. ShippingWatch has accessed the report. Read the vision for developing Denmark into a global maritime powerhouse.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 20.04.17 at 12:35

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