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Danish Ambassador: International Trade About More Than Deficits And Surpluses

Ambassador Lars Lose was in Houston for the opening of Denmark’s new consulate general

Florian Martin
Denmark’s Ambassador to the United States Lars Lose attended the ribbon-cutting of his country’s new consulate in Houston on Wednesday, May 2, 2018


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Denmark opened a consulate in Houston this week.

It's the 92nd foreign diplomatic mission in Houston and the fourth consulate general in the United States for Denmark – besides its embassy in Washington, D.C.

The Danish ambassador to the United States, Lars Lose, came to Houston for the ribbon-cutting.

We spoke with him about how the small northern European country and Houston can benefit from each other and about Denmark’s trade surplus with the Houston region and the U.S. as a whole.

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