Denmark and Mexico pen co-op deal

Christian Wenande
April 14th, 2016

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Seven-point deal to solidify relations between the two nations

Queen Margrethe II, and some huge Royal guardsmen, were at hand to welcome the president (photo: Claudia Ruiz Massieu)

In connection with the visit to Denmark by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, the two nations have signed a new co-operation agreement.

Among the areas included in the seven-point deal are diabetes, human rights, energy and Lego.

“Danish companies traded with Mexico for a value of almost 4.4 billion kroner last year and the commercial interest is on the rise,” said the prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen.

“We need to utilise that momentum.”

“We are entering into a number of political and commercial deals with Mexico that strengthen export possibilities for companies in sectors such as climate, energy and health.”

READ MORE: Denmark eyeing huge export potential in Mexico


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