Edition 37/2016
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Hamburg is to host the upcoming Fehmarnbelt Days next week. Delegates including politicians, entrepreneurs, academics and interested citizens will discuss in HafenCity University how to forge even closer ties between the Elbe city, Denmark and surrounding region. And commerce has high expectations on the meet. The ties between the Hamburg Metropolitan Region and Denmark are already close. Keen interest will be on how to extend co-operation.

This news and other topics from Hamburg and its metropolitan region will be featured in this week’s edition of our newsletter. All topics mentioned therein are summaries of news presented in depth on the business platform Hamburg News. You can access the bilingual platform at

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