August 24, 2011

Come One, Come All for Greenland's Energy!

Flemming Hansen, gCaptain


AP

Denmark this week launched its first formal strategy for the Arctic region, a plan intended to facilitate private investment and help international companies enter the far north as the ice melts and vast natural resources become accessible, the country’s foreign minister said in an interview.

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