Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs (Denmark)
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The ministry was created in 2001 as a merger between the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Ministry of Trade and Industry. After the 2011 election the ministry was divided into two; Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Interior and Ministry of Business and Growth. Henrik Sass Larsen is current minister of Business and Growth and Margrethe Vestager is current minister of Economic Affairs and the Interior.
|From||To||Minister of Economic and Business Affairs||Year of Birth|
|27 November 2001||10 September 2008||Bendt Bendtsen (Conservative)||b. 1954|
|10 September 2008||23 February 2010||Lene Espersen (Conservative)||b. 1965|
|23 February 2010||3 October 2011||Brian Mikkelsen (Conservative)||b. 1966|
|3 October 2011||16 October 2012||Ole Sohn (Socialist People's Party)||b. 1954|
|16 October 2012||9 August 2013||Annette Vilhelmsen (Socialist People's Party)||b. 1959|
|9 August 2013||28 June 2015||Henrik Sass Larsen (Social Democrat)||b. 1966|
|28 June 2015||28 November 2016||Troels Lund Poulsen (Liberal)||b. 1976|
|28 November 2016||21 June 2018||Brian Mikkelsen (Conservative)||b. 1966|
|21 June 2018||Incumbent||Rasmus Jarlov (Conservative)||b. 1977|
- OECD 2012, p. 124.
- OECD (10 August 2012), "Danish governance and policy context for regional strategies", OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation: Central and Southern Denmark 2012 (PDF), OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation, OECD Publishing, doi:10.1787/9789264178748-en, ISBN 9789264178748, OCLC 844310709, retrieved 21 November 2014
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