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Invest in Denmark: Potential of blue industry not met

“Even though the maritime industry has been prioritised, it has still not led to impressive results”, Invest in Denmark announces, expressing a hope that the efforts will now be increased.

The concrete results of the Invest in Denmark efforts to attract foreign capital to the maritime sector in Denmark have not been anywhere near as good as it has been the case for attracting foreign investments within other important industries.

Only a few foreign maritime companies have established offices in Denmark even though the industry has been prioritised by Invest in Denmark in its marketing of Denmark as a distinct investment area alongside Cleantech, ICT and Life Sciences.

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