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Arch rivals form coalition government in Greenland nyhet
| GREENLAND

Arch rivals form coalition government in Greenland

The Siumut party secured a narrow victory in Greenland’s general elections and has formed a government with the two centre-right parties Atassut and the Democrats. The latter was a particular surprise choice.
Greenland — worth the journey analyse
| GREENLAND

Greenland — worth the journey

The fisheries producing the Greenland prawns and halibut still represent Greenland’s most important industry, and the grant from Denmark is still the country’s largest source of money. The dream is for mining and perhaps oil to make up a larger part of the revenue. Our short trip to Ilulissat, Greenland’s third city, gave us a good insight into the nature, culture and a changing society where tourists are offered four star experiences.
Anda Uldum: The man with the key to the national coffers and the mines innsikt
| GREENLAND

Anda Uldum: The man with the key to the national coffers and the mines

Greenland’s new Minister of Finance and Raw Materials, Anda Uldum, is facing a giant challenge.
Greenland’s new leader inspired by Mandela interview
| GREENLAND

Greenland’s new leader inspired by Mandela

Greenland politics is literally on the move after the 12 March elections. Boxes, lever arch files and personal belongings are strewn around corridors of the devolved government in the centre of Nuuk, while newly elected members move into their new offices, and meeting rooms are changing owners.
Greenland’s red hot labour market tema
| GREENLAND

Greenland’s red hot labour market

Flemming Enequist stands at the stern of a Targa 37 with 600 horse powers ploughing him through the Godthåp fjord on his way to London Mining’s base camp 150 kilometres north-east of Greenland’s capital Nuuk. He works for the local authority and his job is to tempt young Greenlanders to find work in the mining industry.
Greenland needs new jobs and foreign labour nyhet
| GREENLAND

Greenland needs new jobs and foreign labour

There is an urgent need to create new jobs in Greenland’s mining and tourism industries. At the same time more foreign labour is needed, say the social partners.
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