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Highlights from Fehmarnbelt Days 2014

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More than 700 stakeholders from decision making, business and academia registered for the Fehmarnbelt Days 2014 and came together in Copenhagen 30 September – 2 October to discuss the potential for increased cross-border collaboration between Germany, Denmark and Sweden, and what benefits an integrated Fehmarnbelt Region could bring. Baltic Development Forum was one of the six organisers of the conference,…

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Welcome to the Fehmarnbelt Days 2014

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The Fehmarnbelt Days 2014 are drawing closer. From 30 September to 2 October, the 6 main organisers and 20 promotional partners welcome you to a variety of events at the Tivoli Congress Center and other locations in Copenhagen. Over 600 participants, from northern Germany, Denmark and southern Sweden, are expected to come together to discuss important topics, to learn about…

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Join us at the Fehmarnbelt Days 26-28 September in Hamburg and Lübeck

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“This event will highlight not only the fixed link but also the business opportunities in this upcoming region. BDF actively supports and participates in Fehmarnbelt Days, utilizing our broad network among politicians and business leaders in the region”. Hans Skov Christensen, Chairman of Baltic Development Forum BDF is co-organizer of the Fehmarnbelt Days, a series of high-level events with focus…

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Stakeholders join forces to develop the Fehmarnbelt region

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Stakeholders of the Fehmarnbelt region are now cooperating to create a new region with a more strongly integrated economy, labor market, tourism, culture and politics. The link that binds it all together is the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link, which is the biggest transport infrastructure project in Northern Europe. The cooperation of stakeholders has decided to establish a joint large scale cooperation…

Formal Agreement on Fehmarn Belt Bridge

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BDF welcomes the formal agreement between the Danish Minister of Infrastructure Carina Christensen and her German counterpart Wolfgang Tiefensee on building the Fehmarn Belt bridge by 2018. – Undoubtedly, large scaled infrastructural investments like the Fehmarn Belt bridge helps the smaller economies of the Nordic Countries gaining better access to the larger European markets, thereby overcoming some of the impediments…

Femern Belt Bridge Agreement

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An agreement to build a fixed link in the southern Baltic Sea between Germany and Denmark has been reached by the Ministers of Transport Flemming Hansen and Wolfgang Tiefensee. According to current plans, the Femern Belt bridge should be ready for its virgin voyage in 2018. Foto: www.sundogbaelt.dk The new bridge will then shorten the way from Hamburg to Copenhagen with an…