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Minister looks into Singapore advantages

This week, the Danish Minister for Business and Growth, Ole Sohn, has sent a delegation to Singapore in order to find out how this growth state has created a strong maritime environment. The advice is “People and Partnerships”.

SINGAPORE:  One of the first initiatives in the Danish Government’s plan to strengthen the maritime industry is to study how the small but wealthy Asian state of Singapore has managed to do so. Therefore, the Minister for Business and Growth, Ole Sohn, has sent a delegation of officials to Singapore this week in order to analyse how politicians, officials and business executives is Singapore work together in order to become the primary maritime centre in the region.

The conclusions of the delegation will be incorporated into the report which will be presented by the newly established think tank chaired by the Chairman of the Danish Shipowners’ Association, Carsten Mortensen, in October. Primarily, the Danish officials will visit shipping companies and public authorities in order to get to know more about the Singapore recipe for success.

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