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Velux boss worries about global trends: "You don't know what will happen"

Brexit, Trump's presidential win and other major events which indicate more protectionism and less collaboration are of major concern to the CEO of skylight giant Velux.

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"More insulation and more closed doors between countries is bad news," says Jørgen Tang-Jensen, CEO of skylight manufacturer Velux.

"It is shameful, that we live in a world where the most clever words come from China's president," says Tang-Jensen, referring to a speech by the Chinese President Xi Jinping at the opening of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

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