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Apple’s Danish data center the ‘largest foreign investment in country’s history’

Apple announced plans for two new European data centers back in 2015, one in Ireland, the second in Denmark. The Irish one hasn’t had the smoothest of rides when it comes to planning permission, so it’ll be hoping for better luck with the Danish project, now confirmed to be situated in Foulum, a small village in Central Jutland. The Danish foreign minister Kristin Jensen told CPH Post that the DKK6.
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