• GlobeNewswire

    Breakdown of debtors, Realkredit Danmark A/S

    To NASDAQ Copenhagen Executive Board Lersø Parkallé 100 DK-2100 København Ø www.rd.dk Telephone +45 7012 5300 Telefax +45 4514 9622 21 April 2021 Company Announcement No 37/2020 Breakdown of debtors, Realkredit Danmark A/S Pursuant to §24 of the Capital Markets Act, Realkredit Danmark A/S hereby publishes breakdown of debtors as at Friday 16 April 2021. Please find the data in the attached file. The information will also be available on www.rd.dk. Yours sincerely The Executive Board Any additional questions should be addressed to Hella Gebhardt Rønnebæk, Chief Analyst, phone +45 4513 2068. Attachments Nr. 37_Debitormassens sammensaetning pr. 16.04.2021_uk Bilag til selskabsmeddelelse nr. 37-2021

  • India's Serum institute to sell AstraZeneca vaccine to private hospitals at $8/dose
    Reuters

    India's Serum institute to sell AstraZeneca vaccine to private hospitals at $8/dose

    The Serum Institute of India said on Wednesday it would sell the AstraZeneca vaccine to the country's state governments at 400 rupees ($5.30) per dose and to private hospitals at 600 rupees ($7.95). "Furthermore, owing to the complexity, and urgency of the situation it is challenging to supply it independently to each corporate entity," it said in a statement. "We would urge all corporate and private individuals to access the vaccines through the state facilitated machinery and private health systems."

  • UK Johnson's tax reassurance to James Dyson warranted by COVID emergency - minister
    Reuters

    UK Johnson's tax reassurance to James Dyson warranted by COVID emergency - minister

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's text to tech boss James Dyson saying he would "fix" tax issues for Dyson workers developing ventilators was warranted by the emergency facing the country in the pandemic, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said. The BBC reported that Dyson had asked the finance ministry for no change in tax status for his staff coming to Britain to work on the emergency project. "We were in the middle of a national emergency and the prime minister was doing this not for his own gain, James Dyson wasn't doing this for his own gain, we were doing it in order to ensure that we got these ventilators rapidly in order to ensure that we dealt with a national emergency and it was a temporary measure," Dowden told BBC TV on Wednesday.