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Danish ports thrive during recession

Particularly the large Danish ports have remained unaffected by the recession. Billions of kroner are to be invested to provide against the competition from foreign ports.  

Photo: Casper Dalhoff

The tide surplus in the Danish ports of Esbjerg and Copenhagen are just two among many examples of the prosperity of Danish ports, particularly the largest ones. In general, Danish ports have made it through the economic crisis relatively unscathed.

With the help of the economic growth of the recent years in neighboring countries such as Sweden and Germany, as well as popularity of ports like Esbjerg and Grenaa within the wind mill industry, the association of Danish Ports, Danske Havne, has reason to be optimistic.

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