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Yet another IT giant wants to head to Denmark

The last of the four major US IT giants to move into Denmark is now looking closely at opportunities to expand its business on Danish soil, reveals an interview with Berlingske Business.

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Apple will set up in the Danish cities Aabenraa and Viborg. In Odense, Facebook is building a data centre, and in Fredericia, Google has bought territory which may be used as a new powerhouse for IT consumers.

Now, Berlingske Business reports that Amazon, the last remaining IT giant, is also considering a data centre in Denmark. While Facebook and Apple have long had their eye on expanding their businesses on Danish soil, Amazon has a somewhat more broader attitude to expansion.

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