Facebook green-lights massive data centre in Denmark

The government confirmed that the confidential preparations have lasted over three years and that the project will boost Denmark’s position as an attractive nation for global data centres. “I’m very pleased that Denmark has landed another big foreign investment,” said the foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen. “Despite just 1 percent of companies in Denmark being foreign, they account for every fifth job, so the government works every day to attract foreign investment.” The business minister, Brian Mikkelsen, added that the decision highlights Denmark’s need to think long-term and embrace opportunities that will develop competencies and a position of strength in Denmark. (Copenhagen Post)



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