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Danish minister: Three objectives for maritime effort

The government wants to ensure maritime growth. For starters, the effort will focus on three objectives, says Minister for Business and Growth Annette Vilhelmsen (Socialist People's Party) at a focus meeting on maritime growth.

Photo: Carsten Lundager, Danmarks Rederiforening

The government wants growth for Denmark as a whole, including the maritime cluster - and that includes three specific objectives from the government's maritime growth initiative.

The Minister for Business and Growth Annette Vilhelmsen presented the three priorities at a focus meeting on maritime growth in Frederikshavn, Denmark, on Monday, arranged by Danish Ports, Danish Maritime, and Semco.

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