Danish campaign to sell cleantech in UAE

The Danish Minister for Business and Growth, Troels Lund Poulsen, is touring the United Arab Emirates to promote sustainable solutions from Danish companies.

Desert Rose City is the name of a new Dubai district. Worth upwards of EUR 400 million, it promises to be a sustainable smart city and is expected to become a flagship for green development in the seven desert states which make up the United Arab Emirates. The country's commitment to recycling sewage water and environmentally friendly transport, particularly in Desert Rose City, has caught the eye of several Danish companies hoping for new export opportunities.

The lucrative contracts may be within reach, after Danish Minister for Business and Growth, Troels Lund Poulsen, together with a Danish delegation of cleantech companies recently undertook a tour of the desert country as part of a Danish export campaign.

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