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World News: Denmark
Denmark | 1 September 2015
Danish dairy giant Arla Foods profits tumble

Global declines in milk prices have hit half-year profits at Danish dairy giant and co-operative Arla Foods, whose 13,500 farmer-owners include about 3,000 in the UK. The maker of Anchor and Lurpak...

Denmark | 29 June 2015
Denmark pledges to support Nigeria’s agriculture development

Denmark on Sunday pledged its readiness to support President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration in the development of the nation’s agriculture sector. Mr Jacob Erikstrup, Minister Counsellor of the ...

Denmark | 8 May 2015
Denmark to invest billions to save ailing agriculture sector

The Danish government has decided to collect up to 10 billion kroner to help save the severely indebted agriculture sector, Politiken reports. The government has already allocated 2 billion kroner ...

Denmark | 6 November 2014
Danish farmers, hit by Russian ban, are a thorn in banks' side

Danish banks' rebounding profits could prove short-lived as tumbling agricultural prices and Russia's ban on European food imports threaten to spark more defaults among farmers who have borrowed billi...

Denmark | 13 November 2013
Denmark aims to increase its food exports to China

Denmark has signed a batch of agreements with China on supplying quality foods and strengthening food safety, Karen Hækkerup, the minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries of Denmark, said in Beiji...

Denmark | 21 December 2012
Danish mink industry toasts a Chinese chill

While much of European industry is flatlining or worse, Denmark's mink industry is enjoying a bumper year, as fur is back in vogue and extreme weather in China and Russia is giving an extra boost to t...

Denmark | 19 June 2012
Denmark has pushed CAP reforms well

UK FARMING minister Jim Paice last night claimed that “significant progress” had been made under the Danish presidency in the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy. Speaking as he left Copenhage...

Denmark | 2 August 2011
Pork giant weighs public sale

Pork and beef exporter Danish Crown could break from tradition and go public or court international investors in order to finance its future growth plan, says its board.