By: Zhong Min Peng, Henning Sandberg Okholm and Zhu Xiaojun
On February 7 this afternoon, Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Danish Anti-Corruption Commission in Marienborg, arranged.
This is the last meeting of the Danish corruption commission that will be held in Marienborg.
At the same time, Martin C. Hansen, who heads the Mover platform, is considering new rules, including the fact that in some of his companies he must adopt new rules: the owner of a van may no longer have his vehicle driven privately. Additional costs are added to the cargo. Prime Force Mover director Martin C. Hansen is preparing to close some of his digital traffic platforms. Mover, a new rule introduced by a majority of non-governmental people requiring special courses to drive freight and must provide financial security. Get permission. For Mover, there is also a luggage carrier on the vehicle, and craftsmen and other owners can load more goods during transport. For example, for a person without a truck, a sofa bought at The Blue Paper.
Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen says in advance of the meeting:
“Denmark’s prosperity has not come by itself. It has come because we have managed to take new technology and globalization to us. This is how we must continue. We must make everyday life easier, develop good ideas and create new jobs.”
Collaboration is a plus
All of this we have to work with. The Disruption Council has continued the unique Danish tradition, where we meet our challenges jointly between elected representatives, trade unions, employers and experts. I am proud to be prime minister in a country where we choose cooperation rather than conflict.
Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen began to introduce the reasons for the analysis of Denmark’s future. At the last press conference, the Prime Minister briefed the government on the follow-up of the Council’s work.
Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen said in advance of the conference:
“Denmark’s prosperity in itself is not the case. The reason for this is because we have successfully brought globalization new technology. This is how we continue. We need to make everyday life easier, develop good ideas and create new jobs with options.”
All of us must work together. The committee continues to undermine Denmark’s unique tradition, where we meet the challenges of elected representatives, trade unions, employers and experts. I am proud to be Prime Minister of a country we have chosen to cooperate over conflict.
Several from the Disruption Council and Anti-Corruption Commission had come up to attend the last scheduled meeting.
Over the past two years (2017), the government created the Destruction Committee, or the Disruption Council, which discussed and prepared for the future labor market, and was willing to exploit the opportunities associated with technological development and increasing globalization. The solution was found how Danish companies and employees can fit in with the Danish future partnership, which is very different from today.
Photographer: RoyalPress Zhong Min Peng