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DENMARK/
RTR27W3Q
September 15, 2009
A worker climbs the ladder to a windmill at Horns Rev 2, the world's largest wind farm, 30 km (19 miles)...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Worker climbs the ladder to a windmill at Horns Rev 2 near Esbjerg
A worker climbs the ladder to a windmill at Horns Rev 2, the world's largest wind farm, 30 km (19 miles) off the west coast of Denmark near Esbjerg September 15, 2009. The wind farm is scheduled to officially go online during an opening ceremony on September 17. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTXU1HM
October 31, 2010
A worker takes a break from shovelling cast-off tailings out of a channel sluicing crushed mineral ore...
multiple cities, China
A worker takes a break from shovelling cast-off tailings out of a channel sluicing crushed mineral ore...
A worker takes a break from shovelling cast-off tailings out of a channel sluicing crushed mineral ore containing rare earths to a disposal dam on the edge of the city of Baotou, in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region October 31, 2010. The sludge has been rejected by large rare earth smelters nearby but workers sell it for around 300 Yuan ($45) per tonne to smaller operators eager for a slice of China's rare earth metals business - a market that China has a near monopoly on by producing 97 percent of the world's supply, and having around 87 percent of all known deposits. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
DENMARK/
RTXDHU3
April 01, 2009
Saleswoman Annette Bourbon arranges a display of mink and sable coats at a fur salon in downtown Copenhagen...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Saleswoman arranges a display of mink and sable coats at a fur salon in downtown Copenhagen
Saleswoman Annette Bourbon arranges a display of mink and sable coats at a fur salon in downtown Copenhagen April 1, 2009. The world's largest fur auction will take place in the city on Thursday, with over 400 buyers from across the globe expected to attend. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT FASHION)
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MINK-FUR
RTX8FY6Y
December 14, 2020
Kopenhagen Fur employee Bjarne Bendtsen works amongst mink pelts in the company's storage area, during...
Glostrup, Denmark
Kopenhagen Fur employee Bjarne Bendtsen works amongst mink pelts in the company's storage area in Glostrup...
Kopenhagen Fur employee Bjarne Bendtsen works amongst mink pelts in the company's storage area, during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Glostrup, Denmark, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
PANDORA-CHINA/
RTS2H0J9
April 09, 2019
A Pandora employee shows a piece from the new jewelry collection Peach Blossom in the company's headquarters...
Copenhagen, Denmark
A Pandora employee shows a piece from the new jewelry collection Peach Blossom in the company's headquarters...
A Pandora employee shows a piece from the new jewelry collection Peach Blossom in the company's headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark April 8, 2019. Picture taken April 8, 2019. REUTERS/Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen
DENMARK-TOURISM/
RTS1P7GI
April 29, 2018
Boxes of fresh strawberries are displayed for sale in Copenhagen, Denmark April 29, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Boxes of fresh strawberries are displayed for sale in Copenhagen
Boxes of fresh strawberries are displayed for sale in Copenhagen, Denmark April 29, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
DONG ENERGY-RENEWABLES/
RTS1ESXO
October 02, 2017
DONG CEO Henrik Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted at its headquarters...
Gentofte, Denmark
DONG CEO Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted in Gentofte
DONG CEO Henrik Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted at its headquarters in Gentofte, Denmark October 2, 2017. REUTERS/Stine Jacobsen
DONG ENERGY-RENEWABLES/
RTS1ESXN
October 02, 2017
DONG CEO Henrik Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted at its headquarters...
Gentofte, Denmark
DONG CEO Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted in Gentofte
DONG CEO Henrik Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted at its headquarters in Gentofte, Denmark October 2, 2017. REUTERS/Stine Jacobsen
DONG ENERGY-RENEWABLES/
RTS1ESXL
October 02, 2017
DONG CEO Henrik Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted at its headquarters...
Gentofte, Denmark
DONG CEO Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted in Gentofte
DONG CEO Henrik Poulsen speaks to employees after revealing the company's new name Orsted at its headquarters in Gentofte, Denmark October 2, 2017. REUTERS/Stine Jacobsen
USA-ELECTION/PHARMACEUTICALS
RTX2SQP7
November 09, 2016
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg, Denmark...
Kalundborg, Denmark
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg, Denmark November 4, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer/File Photo
PHARMACEUTICALS-PRICES/
RTSM1OV
August 09, 2016
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg, Denmark...
Kalundborg, Denmark
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg, Denmark November 4, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer/File Photo
NOVO NORDISK-RESULTS/
RTSL5AB
August 05, 2016
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg, Denmark...
Kalundborg, Denmark
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg, Denmark November 4, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer/File Photo
INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/
RTX1ZA4D
December 18, 2015
A bicycle for employees of Novo Nordisk company, where half of the world's insulin is produced, stands...
Kalundborg, Denmark
A bicycle for employees of Novo Nordisk company stands at its facility in Kalundborg
A bicycle for employees of Novo Nordisk company, where half of the world's insulin is produced, stands at its facility in Kalundborg, Denmark, November 20, 2015. As pioneers of so-called industrial symbiosis, these companies swap waste and byproducts to cut costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions profitably -- an approach that offers big business a financial incentive that could be crucial to nations striving to meet targets agreed at this month's global climate summit. Their success has attracted attention globally, with more than 30 corporate and municipal delegations from 20 countries visiting the town this year, including mayors from China's fast-growing Guandong province. To match story INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/ REUTERS/Sabina Zawadzki
OBESITY-BUSINESS/
RTX15EF8
November 15, 2013
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg November...
Kalundborg, Denmark
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg November 4, 2013. Picture taken November 4, 2013. Novo Nordisk's Kalundborg factory, 100 km west of Copenhagen, makes half the planet's insulin for diabetics, putting it on a list of global sites the United States sees as vital to its interests, according to a WikiLeaks cable in 2010. Soaring diabetes rates, driven by increasing obesity, have fuelled profits at the Danish company for two decades. But now the company wants to tackle obesity head on by launching a treatment specifically to help patients lose weight. To match Insight OBESITY-BUSINESS/
REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
OBESITY-BUSINESS/
RTX15EEU
November 15, 2013
Novo Nordisk employees control a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg November 4,...
Kalundborg, Denmark
Novo Nordisk employees control a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg
Novo Nordisk employees control a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg November 4, 2013. Picture taken November 4, 2013. Novo Nordisk's Kalundborg factory, 100 km west of Copenhagen, makes half the planet's insulin for diabetics, putting it on a list of global sites the United States sees as vital to its interests, according to a WikiLeaks cable in 2010. Soaring diabetes rates, driven by increasing obesity, have fuelled profits at the Danish company for two decades. But now the company wants to tackle obesity head on by launching a treatment specifically to help patients lose weight. To match Insight OBESITY-BUSINESS/
REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
OBESITY-BUSINESS/
RTX15EET
November 15, 2013
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg November...
Kalundborg, Denmark
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a kettle at an insulin production in a plant in Kalundborg November 4, 2013. Picture taken November 4, 2013. Novo Nordisk's Kalundborg factory, 100 km west of Copenhagen, makes half the planet's insulin for diabetics, putting it on a list of global sites the United States sees as vital to its interests, according to a WikiLeaks cable in 2010. Soaring diabetes rates, driven by increasing obesity, have fuelled profits at the Danish company for two decades. But now the company wants to tackle obesity head on by launching a treatment specifically to help patients lose weight. To match Insight OBESITY-BUSINESS/
REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
OBESITY-BUSINESS/
RTX15EEB
November 15, 2013
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg November...
Kalundborg, Denmark
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg
A Novo Nordisk employee controls a machine at an insulin production line in a plant in Kalundborg November 4, 2013. Picture taken November 4, 2013. Novo Nordisk's Kalundborg factory, 100 km west of Copenhagen, makes half the planet's insulin for diabetics, putting it on a list of global sites the United States sees as vital to its interests, according to a WikiLeaks cable in 2010. Soaring diabetes rates, driven by increasing obesity, have fuelled profits at the Danish company for two decades. But now the company wants to tackle obesity head on by launching a treatment specifically to help patients lose weight. To match Insight OBESITY-BUSINESS/
REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
FOOD-DENMARK/NOMA
RTR39M7Q
October 26, 2012
Rene Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in his...
Rene Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in his restaurant in Copenhagen October 25, 2012. While ant paste, milk curd and berry preserves make up the "Blueberries and ant" dish at Denmark's restaurant Noma, bacteria and yeast will soon be next for diners at the eatery which has been crowned world's best restaurant for three years. Located on the ground floor of a renovated listed 18th Century warehouse in the old Christianshavn canal district of Copenhagen, Noma is run by 34-year-old chef Rene Redzepi. Picture taken October 25, 2012.
REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-DENMARK/NOMA
RTR39M7P
October 26, 2012
Rene Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in his...
Rene Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in his restaurant in Copenhagen October 25, 2012. While ant paste, milk curd and berry preserves make up the "Blueberries and ant" dish at Denmark's restaurant Noma, bacteria and yeast will soon be next for diners at the eatery which has been crowned world's best restaurant for three years. Located on the ground floor of a renovated listed 18th Century warehouse in the old Christianshavn canal district of Copenhagen, Noma is run by 34-year-old chef Rene Redzepi. Picture taken October 25, 2012.
REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-DENMARK/NOMA
RTR39M7K
October 26, 2012
Rene Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in his...
Rene Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in his restaurant in Copenhagen October 25, 2012. While ant paste, milk curd and berry preserves make up the "Blueberries and ant" dish at Denmark's restaurant Noma, bacteria and yeast will soon be next for diners at the eatery which has been crowned world's best restaurant for three years. Located on the ground floor of a renovated listed 18th Century warehouse in the old Christianshavn canal district of Copenhagen, Noma is run by 34-year-old chef Rene Redzepi. Picture taken October 25, 2012.
REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-DENMARK/NOMA
RTR39M7H
October 26, 2012
Rene Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in his...
Rene Redzepi, chef and co-owner of the restaurant Noma, talks with his employees in a test kitchen in his restaurant in Copenhagen October 25, 2012. While ant paste, milk curd and berry preserves make up the "Blueberries and ant" dish at Denmark's restaurant Noma, bacteria and yeast will soon be next for diners at the eatery which has been crowned world's best restaurant for three years. Located on the ground floor of a renovated listed 18th Century warehouse in the old Christianshavn canal district of Copenhagen, Noma is run by 34-year-old chef Rene Redzepi. Picture taken October 25, 2012.
REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
EUROPE-LABOUR/MIGRANTS
RTR1X0ME
February 13, 2008
Butchers work on a processing line at the Danish Crown pork plant in Horsens February 1, 2008. Picture...
Horsens, Denmark
To match feature EUROPE-LABOUR/MIGRANTS
Butchers work on a processing line at the Danish Crown pork plant in Horsens February 1, 2008. Picture taken February 1, 2008. To match feature EUROPE-LABOUR/MIGRANTS REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK ELECTION
RTRMMDQ
February 07, 2005
Denmark's Liberal Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen (L) talks to an employee as he eats a shawarma...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Denmark's Prime Minister Rasmussen talks to employee in Copenhagen.
Denmark's Liberal Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen (L) talks to an employee as he eats a shawarma sandwich at a traditional Lebanese restaurant in Copenhagen February 7, 2005. Danes are likely to reward their prime minister in Tuesday's election with a second term for cutting taxes and immigration, ignoring a security warning linked to the country's military presence in Iraq. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/WS
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