The Corruption Perceptions Index is an index feom Transparency International that shows how corrupt certain countries are.

The COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis and growing security threats across the globe are fuelling a new wave of uncertainty. In an already unstable world, countries failing to address their corruption problems worsen the effects. They also contribute to democratic decline and empower authoritarians.

This year’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) reveals that 124 countries have stagnant corruption levels, while the number of countries in decline is increasing. This has the most serious consequences, as global peace is deteriorating1 and corruption is both a key cause and result of this.

In this complex environment, fighting corruption, promoting transparency and strengthening institutions are critical to avoid further conflict and sustain peace.

You can read the report here: CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX 2022

Second Day of Maersk Global Leadership Conference ’23 (GLC) has come to an end.

A lot of focus on our Integrator Strategy 2030, the ’flywheel of the strategy’, our differentiators – and how we build solutions together with our customers going forward, end-to-end, All The Way.

We are on our way with a long way still to go. We have left the station.

”Best in class is not good enough” for the future, we need to aim higher.

It always inspiring to join the GLC with colleagues from all around the world, especially a year like this one. Now it is time to deliver.

Denmark won the IHF Handball World Championship 2023 in Sweden/Poland.

It was the third time in a row that Denmark won the World Cup, this time besting France in the final 34-29. Spain beat Sweden 39-36 to win the bronze medal.

This is the standings in relation to all player world championships:

All-Star-Team, World Cup 2023:

GK: Andreas Wolff (Germany)
R6: Niclas Ekberg (Sweden)
R9: Alex Dujshebaev (Spain)
M9: Nedim Remili (France)
L9: Simon Bogetoft Pytlick (Denmark)
L6: Ángel Fernández Pérez (Spain)
M6: Ludovic Fabregas (France)
Best young player: Juri Knorr (Germany)
MVP: Mathias Gidsel (Denmark)