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  • 24-06-2016

    What can we learn from the economics of price differentiation?

    Partner Henrik B. Okholm sums up the key take-aways from the first session in this week's Midsummer Conference 'Price Differentiation in the Digital Single Market'.

    The conference brought together 60 industry und regulation experts from 18 different countries to discuss the regulatory debates around the commercial incentives to price differentiate in delivery, media, online and regulated industries that are key to make the European Digital Single Market a reality to benefit consumers and firms across Europe.

    Read Henrik's reflections, published on LinkedIn today

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  • 09-06-2016

    Helge Sigurd Næss-Schmidt speaks at the Energy Summit in Copenhagen

    Today, one of our Energy & Climate experts, Helge Sigurd Næss-Schmidt, speaks at the Energy Summit in Copenhagen. He will participate in the interesting panel debate on whether renewable energy should be saved.

    The Energy Summit is an annual event hosted by Dansk Energi, the non-commercial lobby organisation for Danish energy companies. The theme of the event is “release the energy” with a focus on three main subjects: The energy in relation to IT; Should the ownership be separated? Should we save renewable energy?

    Read more about the event
    For further information, please contact Helge Sigurd Næss-Schmidt 

  • 02-06-2016

    New study: Good business case for finalising highway to Kalundborg

    A finalisation of the highway between Regstrup and Kalundborg can lead to significant economic gains for the Danish society, as it will contribute to eliminate bottlenecks in the labour market and improve local companies’ access to road infrastructure.

    Considering construction costs, the net value for society is estimated to be in the range of DKK 1-1.5 billion. Hence, there is a good business case for the infrastructure project.

    Learn more about the study

    For further information, please contact Martin Thelle

  • 24-05-2016

    Ambitious pharma chapter in TTIP can create up to 80.000 jobs in EU

    An ambitious pharmaceutical chapter in TTIP that aligns regulatory regimes and reduces duplicative costs will increase EU export of pharmaceuticals by €9 billion. Furthermore, it will provide 19,000 highly productive and qualified jobs in the EU pharmaceutical industry and 60,000 additional jobs in related industries in the EU.

    Such an agreement will also benefit EU patients who get increased choice and improved access to new pharmaceutical products.

    Today, Martin Thelle presents the results to members of the European Parliament

    Learn more about the study

    Download policy brief

    Read more at EFPIA's website

    For further information, please contact Martin Thelle

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