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The China Building Centre in Beijing is among the Chinese business delegations who are visiting Greater Copenhagen in increasing numbers to learn about smart city and sustainable urban development.
The global bioinnovation leader Novozymes plans a new research centre in Greater Copenhagen with space for 800 employees. The goal is a global hub for biotech R&D.
Denmark scores very well across the board taking the first place among 102 countries worldwide in the Rule of Law Index 2015 by World Justice Project.
In Denmark, 91% of GPs share patient information electronically, a new international study shows. The EU-28 average is 34%.
Up on spot from last year, Denmark is no. 2 in the EU and no. 8 in the world in the 2015 World Competitiveness Ranking by IMD.
Denmark has the third best national system of higher education among 50 countries worldwide according to Universitas 21.
The EU proposes to copy Danish model for easing administrative burdens for businesses. The objective is to reduce the cost of doing business across the EU.
Denmark ranks seventh in new Human Capital Index 2015 by World Economic Forum among 124 economies.
Denmark holds on to its top ranking as innovation leader in new EC Innovation Union Scoreboard. Denmark is the only innovation leader improving its score compared to last year.
On 1 April, Denmark’s new fast-track scheme for entry came into effect. The aim is to make it easier for businesses in Denmark to recruit foreign specialists from non-EU countries.
The German-owned company Mediconomics has established in Greater Copenhagen, owing to the region's world-leading life science clusters Medicon Valley and Biopeople.
New special report on smart cities by Focus Denmark highlights Danish smart city strongholds, including advanced test and demo facilities.
Danish exports of energy technology are up 10.7% compared to 2013, totalling 9.9 billion Euro. Exports of green energy technology are growing in particular.
Game changer: A simple blood test developed by scientists at the University of Copenhagen can predict breast cancer.
Copenhagen will install 10,000 LED street lights, making Copenhagen one of the first cities in the world to use intelligent street lighting.
Denmark gains three spots to take 20th in the 2015 Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index by A.T. Kearney.
The amount of green biogas in the Danish natural gas grid will rise more than 500 percent by the end of 2016.
Denmark tops EU Member State index mapping smart cities across the EU-28.
Denmark is the leading country in the mobile health market among 25 European nations.
In the heart of Copenhagen, a new neighbourhood is emerging on the historic grounds of the famous beer-maker Carlsberg.