Danish minister enters into agreement with South Korea on “quality shipping”

The Danish minister for Business and Growth, Ole Sohn, expects to sign a partnership agreement with South Korea on i.a. the development of “quality shipping”.

During his visit with a large Danish business delegation in South Korea, the minister for Business and Growth, Ole Sohn (The Socialist People’s Party), met today with the country’s president, Lee Myong-Bak. Next week, the minister expects to enter into and sign an agreement between Denmark and South Korea, an agreement which, among other things, will encourage the development of “green shipping”.

“The agreement focuses on innovation projects, international law and incentives to further quality shipping, and I am pleased to be able to strengthen the cooperation between Denmark and Korea. It will benefit both Danish supply companies and shipping companies as well as encourage green growth globally,” states Ole Sohn in a press release from the Danish Ministry for Business and Growth.

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