Chairman on the growth plan: A little also works

The Danish government's growth plan has been given a total of USD 4.5 million from state finances to focus on four out of 35 growth initiatives. Carsten Mortensen, Chairman of the Danish Shipowners' Association, agrees that the amount is not huge.

USD 4.5 million has been allocated from state finances this year to the effort of creating growth according to the plan presented in the government's maritime growth initaitive for Denmark.

The USD 4.5 million will go to four different initiatives for which the Danish Maritime Auhtority is responsible, including maritime conversion and retrofitting. Chairman of the Danish Shipowners' Association and CEO of Norden, Carsten Mortensen, who headed the growth team that produced the recommendations for the government's growth plan, is not overwhelmed by the amount of money.

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