Danish Industry: We feel the Indian diplomatic crisis now

Danish companies with vested interests in India are now widely experiencing the Indian disappointment at Denmark’s refusal to extradite Niels Holck. “There is some concern that the situation might develop,” says chief consultant Ole Christensen of Danish Industry (DI).

Photo: Anna Klitgaard / Jyllands-Posten

The diplomatic crisis between Denmark and India has expanded over the summer and is now having consequences for Danish companies, which sometimes have to wait up to five weeks to get visa for the country, confirms chief consultant Ole Christensen from DI to ShippingWatch.

What began as a political crisis on a purely political level last summer has now extended to include business interests, including Danish shipping companies.

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