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  • INI, Housing Association.
    The Housing Association Ltd (A/S Inissiaatileqatigiiffik INI) is a new national housing association in Greenland. INI manages and maintains about 12,000 public rental houses on behalf of the Greenland Home Rule and most local governments.
  • Inuit Circumpolar Conference.
    The Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC) is the international organization representing approx. 145,000 Inuit living in the Arctic regions of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Chukotka, Russia.
  • Isortoq Reindeer Station.
    Located approx 100 km from Qaqortoq and Narsaq, the station is currently the third largest reindeer farm in the Nordic countries.
  • KNI Holding.
    In 1986 the Greenland Home Rule authorities took over The Royal Greenlandic Trading Company from the Danish state. The Royal Greenlandic Trading Company has been the lifeline of Greenlandic society since 1774, as the company has been responsible for almost all traffic, infrastructure and supply in Greenland.
  • Narsaq Municipality.
    The municipality of Narsaq is located in the South of Greenland. The municipality covers an area of 8,500 sq. km of which 3,000 sq. km is open land. The other 5,500 sq. km is ocean or areas covered by ice cap or glaciers.
  • Nuna Bank.
    Nuna Bank was established as an independent bank in 1985. However, it has 30 years' experience of banking operations in Greenland, as it was formerly a subsidiary of the Danish savings bank Sparekasse Bikuben AS, with which it continues to have a close business relationship.
  • Nuuk, Capital of Greenland.
    Nuuk is Greenland's powerhouse. As the capital of Greenland, the town is the centre of all trade, shipping, industry and administration.
  • Qaqortoq Municipality.
    Qaqortoq is a well-functioning community in the centre of South Greenland, with 3,200 inhabitants living in a picturesque and beautifully situated town.
  • Radio & TV Greenland.
    Kalaallit Nunaata Radio (Radio Greenland) is an independent public body administered by the Greenlandic Government. It is headed by a 7-man board, with its day-to-day running in the hands of a management committee.
  • Royal Arctic Line, Cargo operation.
    Royal Arctic Line was formed in 1992 with the transition of Greenland's sea transport from being a traditional and conventional cargo operation to becoming a fully modernized container operation.
  • S.I.K., Greenland Workers Union.
    Exploitation and underpay of Greenlanders started with the rapid spread of trade in the country. Exploitation and underpay continue to this day, and the Greenland trade union has always been a pioneering organization attempting to solve this problem.
  • Sisimiut District.
    The Sisimiut District (Sisimiut Kommune) lies on the west coast of Greenland, north of the Arctic Circle.
  • Ministry of Social and Labour Market Affairs
    The Greenlandic Home Rule Government has, since its establishment in 1979, gradually taken over the main policy areas related to the labour market and the functions of the welfare state.
  • Tele Greenland A/S.
    The Greenlandic telecommunications company, TELE Greenland A/S, is owned by the Greenlandic Home Rule Government. The company is responsible for all telecommunications in the country and provides a wide range of domestic and international services.
  • TELE Greenland International.
    Representing its parent company, TELE Greenland A/S, on the international market, TELE Greenland International A/S offers its broad know-how worldwide.
  • Tomrer & Snedkerforretning, Boat and housing construction.
    During recent years the tourist industry has grown considerably in the Nanortalik region and town, and Mr. Hansen has taken an active part in this development. He has operated various sight-seeing services in the area from the start.

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