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Denmark is located in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, on a peninsula north of Germany (Jutland) and also includes two major islands Sjaelland and Fyn.  The total area of the country is 43,094 sq km’s and its climate is temperate – humid and overcast, mild, windy winters and cool summers.  The natural resources in Denmark include petroleum, natural gas, fish, salt, limestone, chalk stone, gravel and sand.  The total arable land is 52.59% and 4490 sq km is irrigated.  As on July 2008 the estimated population of the country was 5,484,783.

Green Card Scheme
Under the Green Card Scheme, it is possible to be granted a three year residence permit for the purpose of seeking work and subsequently working in Denmark.  A residence and work permit under the Green Card Scheme is issued on the basis of an individual evaluation using a point system designed to assess the likelihood that the applicant would be able to find qualified work in Denmark.  Under the Green Card Scheme generally those persons would be eligible to seek three year residence permit who qualify for the occupations listed in the positive list.  The overview of the positive list is as under:

Academic work

  • Accountant
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Actuary
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Architect
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Assistant professor, natural sciences and technology
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Attorney
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Attorney trainee
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Building engineer
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Business analyst
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Business controller
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Business economist
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Business school teacher
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Chemical engineer
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Chemist
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Construction engineer
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Dentist
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Electric engineer
    Requirement: Medium-cycle higher education
     
  • Electronic engineer
    Requirement: Medium-cycle higher education
     
  • Environmental engineer
    Requirement: Master's degree
      
  • Export engineer
    Requirement: Medium-cycle higher education
     
  • Financial controller
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • General practitioner
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Geophysicist
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Health economist
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Hospital doctor
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • HR consultant
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at
    university level
     
  • IT engineer
    Requirement: Medium-cycle higher education
     
  • Land surveyor
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Lawyer
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Lecturer, natural science and technology
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Macroeconomist/economist
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Mathematician
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Mechanical engineer
    Requirement: Medium-cycle higher education
      
  • Medical consultant
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Medical specialist
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Organist
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Pharmacist
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • PhD stipend recipient, natural science and technology
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Plastics engineer
    Requirement: Medium-cycle higher education
     
  • Planning engineer
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Police prosecutor
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Post doctorate, health science
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Post doctorate, natural science and technology
    Requirement: Master's degree
      
  • Production engineer
    Requirement: Medium-cycle higher education
     
  • Professor, natural science and technology
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Researcher, natural science and technology
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Psychologist
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Senior lecturer, natural science and technology
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Ship engineer
    Requirement: Medium-cycle higher education
     
  • Statistician
    Requirement: Master's degree
     
  • Upper secondary school teacher, natural science including physical education
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Upper secondary school teacher, social studies, civics
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Veterinarian
    Requirement: Master's degree + Danish authorization

Agriculture, forestry, horticulture, fishing etc.

  • Forest and landscape engineer
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree

Construction

  • Architectural technician
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree

IT and telecommunication

  • Database developer
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' IT education
     
  • IT architect
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' IT education
     
  • IT consultant
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' IT education
     
  • IT manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • IT salesperson
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' IT education
     
  • IT security manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Network consultant
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' IT education
     
  • Software developer
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' IT education
     
  • System developer
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' IT education
     
  • Systems administrator
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' IT education

Management

  • Accounting manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • After school care centre manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Area manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level 
      
  • Chief financial officer
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Deputy head of institution
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Foreman, operation and production
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
      
  • Head of day-care centre
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Head of department
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Head of institution department
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Head of school department
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Head of secretariat
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Head of social and health services
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Headmaster, principal
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • HR manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Marketing manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Office manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Production supervisor, construction
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Production supervisor, industrial production
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Production supervisor, metal
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Purchasing manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Safety manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level + Danish authorization
     
  • Sales manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Supervisor, infrastructure construction
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Technical manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Shop manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level

Educational, social and religious work

  • Remedial teacher
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree 
     
  • Social educator
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree 
     
  • Social educator of children, young people and adults with special needs
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree 
     
  • Social worker
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree

Sales, purchases and marketing

  • Account manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Druggist
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level 
     
  • Ironmonger
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Marketing assistant
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level 
     
  • Marketing consultant
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Marketing coordinator
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level
     
  • Key account manager
    Requirement: Documentation of at least three years' education at university level

Health, healthcare and personal care

  • Anaesthetic nurse
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Bioanalyst
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Chiropractor
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization 
       
  • Head physiotherapist
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Head midwife
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Head nurse
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Head radiographer
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Head bioanalyst
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Health visitor
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Midwife
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Nurse
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Optician
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Physiotherapist
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Operating theatre nurse
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Radiographer
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Surgical appliance maker
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization

Freight forwarding, postal services, storage and engine operation

  • Marine engineer

Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization

Education and tuition

  • Boarding school teacher 
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Continuation education teacher
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Continuation school teacher 
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Language teacher
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
     
  • Specialist teacher 
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization
      
  • Primary and lower secondary school teacher
    Requirement: Professional Bachelor's degree + Danish authorization

Important Features of Danish Labor Market
Persons, who are granted a three year residence permit for the purpose of seeking work and subsequently working in Denmark because their occupations are listed in the positive list, would be required to keep in mind following features of the Danish Labor Market:

  • Most People in the Danish Labor Market are Represented by an Organisation:  A fundamental feature of the Danish Labor Market model is the strong labor market organizations.  Membership of an organisation is common for Danish employers and employees.  Approximately 80% of the Danish employees are members of a trade union.  Employees and employers are grouped according to their occupational field in National Trade Unions and Employer Organizations.  Foreign employees and enterprises may also join Danish Labor Market Organizations. 
  • Social Partners Play a Leading Role:  The social partners represent a vast majority of employers and employees.  The social partners play a decisive role in defining pay and working conditions on the labor market.  There is no statutory minimum wage in Denmark.  Instead pay and working conditions are primarily regulated through collective agreements concluded between trade unions and employer organizations.
  • Pay and Working Conditions are Laid Down in Collective Agreements:  A collective agreement is a contract defining the working conditions applying to employees in a specific enterprise or within an occupational sector.    On the employee side, the party to a collective agreement is always a trade union.  On the employer side it may be the individual employer/enterprise or an employer organisation.  An employer covered by a collective agreement is required to offer the terms of the agreement to all employees working within the collective agreement.  This means that an employee who is not a member of a trade union must nevertheless be offered the same pay and working conditions as other employees in the enterprise.

If an employer is not member of an employer organisation, the trade union is required to negotiate a collective agreement with the individual employer.  Such collective agreements between an individual employer and a trade union most often take the form of the so called, “adhesion agreements”.  An adhesion agreement obligates the employer to follow the relevant collective agreement in the occupational field concerned.  Adhesion agreements are in particular relevant in relation to foreign employers.

  • Cooperation is the Standard – and Industrial Disputes are Governed by Rules:  The social partners are responsible for compliance with collective agreements.  This also applies to any foreign enterprise that has concluded a collective agreement or is bound through its membership of a Danish Employer Organisation.  When a collective agreement has been concluded there is a general peace duty.  This means that strikes and lock outs are normally unlawful as long as a collective agreement is in force.  Usually this does not cause any significant problems.  In Denmark, the parties are normally able to discuss any problems and negotiate with a view to solving disputes.  There is a highly developed system based on cooperation agreements and a fundamental respect for agreements concluded.

If one of the parties to a collective agreement breaches the agreement, that party is liable to pay a penalty.  The amount of penalty is negotiable by the parties or be imposed on one of the parties by Industrial Court.  If a collective agreement has been concluded, dispute may arise as to the interpretation of that agreement.  In this case, either party may demand that the interpretation dispute is solved by industrial arbitration. 
The collective bargaining system in Denmark also includes special rules concerning employee representatives.  An employee representative is an employee who has been elected by and among the employees to represent them and the trade union at the work place.  The employee representative enjoys special protection as he/she cannot be summararily dismissed.
The employee representative has formal powers to negotiate with the management on issues concerning pay and working conditions and to enter into agreements with the employer on a mandate from other employees – in some cases subject to the approval of the trade union concerned.

  • The Right to Take Industrial Action:  In Denmark, trade unions have a fundamental right to try to obtain collective agreements with employers and employer organizations.  The trade union may support their claim by taking industrial action against the employer.  This also applies in relation to foreign employers operating in Denmark and posting workers to perform work in Denmark.

The rules on industrial action are not statutory, but have been developed over many years through the case law of the Industrial Court.  Generally, there is an extensive right to take industrial action and sympathetic action.  The lawfulness of the industrial action depends on whether the action concerns the work that falls within trade union’s usual field of activity.  But it is not a condition that trade union has members employed in the enterprise. 
Strike, boycott and sympathetic action are types of collective industrial action that a trade union may take.
Like a trade union, employer organizations have the possibility of taking industrial action.  Employers may establish lock outs and boycott corresponding to the workers right to strike and boycott.

The Most Important Rules
There are four ways of working in Denmark:

  • as an employee employed in a Danish enterprise,
  • as a posted worker employed with an enterprise providing services in Denmark,
  • as a foreign registered self employed person providing services in Denmark, or
  • as a Danish registered self employed person setting up his/her own business in Denmark.

 

Seeking Employment
Some professions – the so called regulated professions – require official approval/ authorization in Denmark.  In addition, a few professions are restricted to Danish citizens.
The list given below shows the professions/ occupations that are regulated in Denmark and where it is possible for the holder of a foreign qualification to apply for authorization or similar approval under the Access to certain professions in Denmark Act.

Profession

Competent authority

"Ambulanceassistent"

National Board of Health

"Ambulancebehandler"

National Board of Health

Actuary

Danish Financial Supervisory Authority

Asbestos removal

Danish Working Environment Service

Authorised Psychologist

Danish Supervisory Board of Psychological Practice

Average Adjuster

Danish Commerce and Companies Agency

Boiler Attendant

Danish Working Environment Service

Building Site Coordinator

Danish Working Environment Service

Bygningssagkyndig

National Agency for Enterprise and Housing

Cattle Inseminator

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

Certified Electrician

Danish Safety Technology Authority

Certified Pyrotechnician

Danish Safety Technology Authority

Certified Rat Controller

Agency for Spatial and Environmental Planning

Chief Engineer

Danish Maritime Authority

Chimney Sweeper

National Agency for Enterprise and Housing

Chiropodist

National Board of Health

Chiropractor

National Board of Health

Clinical Dental Technician

National Board of Health

Clinical Dietician

National Board of Health

Commercial Diver

Danish Maritime Authority

Commercial use of restricted chemical agents for protecting, controlling and managing plant growth

Danish Environmental Protection Agency

Contact Lens Optometrist

National Board of Health

Crane Driver

Danish Working Environment Service

Cultivation of genetically modificed crops

Danish Plant Directorate

Dental Hygienist

National Board of Health

Dental Specialist

National Board of Health

Dental Surgeon (Dentist)

National Board of Health

Domestic Animal Inseminator

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

Doorman employed by licensed establishment

Ministry of Justice, National Commission of the Danish Police, Traffic Patrols

Driving Instructor

Ministry of Justice, National Commission of the Danish Police, Traffic Patrols

Employment at waste disposal sites

Danish Environmental Protection Agency

Energy Consultant

Danish Energy Authority

Fire Fighter

Danish Emergency Management Agency

Fire Safety Inspector

Danish Emergency Management Agency

First Officer

Danish Maritime Authority

Fisherman

Danish Maritime Authority

Fork Lift Truck Driver (certificate B)

Danish Working Environment Service

Fork Stacker - Certificate A

Danish Working Environment Service

Fur Animal Inseminator

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

Gas, Plumbing and Sanitation Fitter

Danish Safety Technology Authority

Gas, Plumbing and Sanitation Fitter

Danish Safety Technology Authority

Horse Inseminator

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

Insurance Broker

Danish Financial Supervisory Authority

Land Surveyor

National Survey and Cadastre

Lawyer

Ministry of Justice, Civil and Police Department

Lift inspection

Danish Working Environment Service

Marine Engineer

Danish Maritime Authority

Master of a fishing vessel

Danish Maritime Authority

Mate

Danish Maritime Authority

Medical Laboratory Technologist

National Board of Health

Medical Specialist

National Board of Health

Midwife

National Board of Health

Noise measurements and calculations

Agency for Spatial and Environmental Planning

Nurse

National Board of Health

Occupational Therapist

National Board of Health

Offshore Medic

Danish Energy Authority

On Site Commander in Emergency Services

Danish Emergency Management Agency

Operator of Telescope Loader

Danish Working Environment Service

Optometrist

National Board of Health

Other occupations where the Danish Maritime Authority requires completion of a safety course of about 3 days

Danish Maritime Authority

Paramedic

National Board of Health

Pharmacist

Danish Medicines Agency

Pharmaconomist

Danish Medicines Agency

Physician (Medical Doctor)

National Board of Health

Physiotherapist

National Board of Health

Pig Inseminator

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

Pilot

Lodstilsynet

Polyester casting

Danish Working Environment Service

Prosthetist and Orthotist

National Board of Health

Psychologist

Danish Supervisory Board of Psychological Practice

Radiographer

National Board of Health

Raising of certain animals: deer, ostrich and fox farming

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

Real Estate Agent

National Agency for Enterprise and Housing

Refrigeration engineer, inspection of cooling systems

Danish Working Environment Service

Registered Public Accountant

Danish Commerce and Companies Agency

Scaffold Erector

Danish Working Environment Service

Seaman and Motorman

Danish Maritime Authority

Security company

Ministry of Justice, National Commission of the Danish Police, Traffic Patrols

Sewage Treatment Plant Manager

Agency for Spatial and Environmental Planning

Sewerage Contractor

Danish Safety Technology Authority

Shipmaster

Danish Maritime Authority

Ship's Cook

Danish Maritime Authority

Social and Healthcare Assistant

National Board of Health

State-Authorised Public Accountant

Danish Commerce and Companies Agency

Stress Analyst (engineer specially trained in statics)

National Agency for Enterprise and Housing

Teacher in htx or hhx (technical and commercial upper secondary education)

CIRIUS

Teacher of Danish for Adult Foreigners

Ministry for Refugee, Immigration and Integration Affairs

Teacher of the Danish Folkeskole (Primary and Lower Secondary School Teacher)

CIRIUS

Team Leader in Emergency Services

Danish Emergency Management Agency

Technical Expert for inspection of boilers

Danish Energy Authority

Translator and Interpreter

Danish Commerce and Companies Agency

Upper Secondary School Teacher (gymnasium), teacher for adult upper secondary courses (studenterkursus) and higher preparatory course (hf)

CIRIUS

Veterinary Surgeon

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

Veterinary Technician

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

Welder - welding work

Danish Working Environment Service

Well borer

Agency for Spatial and Environmental Planning

Work at natural gas plants

Danish Working Environment Service

Work at plants with ozone layer depleting substances

Danish Environmental Protection Agency

Work with asphalt materials

Danish Working Environment Service

Work with epoxy and isocyanates

Danish Working Environment Service

Work with styrene

Danish Working Environment Service

 

For most of the professions listed above information is available on

  • the competent (i.e. responsible) authority
  • relevant legislation
  • documentation requirements
  • board of complaint, if any
  • relevant organizations
  • information sources

Even if official approval is not acquired for the qualifications of a Green Card Holder, he or she may be asked to enclose a CIRIUS assessment when applying for a job.  This may help a Danish employer who might not be well acquainted with the applicant’s country’s system of education.  An assessment from CIRIUS does not guarantee that the applicant will find a job. 
There are several ways of having foreign qualifications assessed and recognized in Denmark.  Which procedure is appropriate depends on how the applicant plans to use his/her qualifications.  The assessment letter issued by CIRIUS can be used when applying for a job.  The potential employer would decide on the suitability of the applicant’s qualifications.  The assessment letter can be included with the job application to help the employer the level of foreign qualification.  When appointing staff, Danish Public Authorities are required to base their decisions on CIRIUS’s assessment as far as the level of the applicant’s foreign qualifications is concerned.

Assistance Provided by Global Placement Services
After an applicant gets three year residence permit for the purpose of seeking work and subsequently working in Denmark under the Green Card Scheme, the Global Placement Services (GPS) provides following assistance so that a person can settle in Denmark in a hassle free manner.

    • If an occupation in the positive list is regulated in Denmark then assistance is provided to apply for authorisation or similar approval under the access to certain professions in Denmark Act.
    • Even if official approval is not required for a Green Card holder, the employer wants a CIRIUS assessment along with the resume.  Assistance will be provided to obtain CIRIUS assessment so that the employers consider the educational qualifications similar to the ones acquired in Denmark and needed for the job in hand.
    • Assistance will be provided to identify the trade union for the occupation included in the positive list so that the Green Card holder could seek a membership of that trade union.  Foreign employees are permitted to join Danish Labour Market organisations.  This membership will ensure that the foreign worker gets same pay and working conditions which are available to Danish workers in accordance with the collective agreements concluded between the trade unions and employer organisations.  It’s relevant to observe that in Denmark there is no statutory minimum wage.
    • As the Green Card holder will not be having a job, assistance will be provided so that he or she can approach Work-in-Denmark Center or to one of the country’s job centers.  Depending on the area in which the Green Card holder will like to stay in Denmark the Work-in-Denmark Center located in Copenhagen and Odense or Arhus would be approached because they facilitate contract between Danish companies and foreign job seekers.  Assistance will be further provided so that job seekers are able to get advise on preparation of curriculum vitae and job bank, types of employees who are in demand, advise for job interviews.  Besides that advise on Green Card holders seeking jobs for obtaining registration certificates, residence and work permit, tax, public health insurance, CPR (civil registration system) numbers etc. would be provided.
    • Assistance will be provided so that Green Card holder could have a CPR and a health card by applying in person to the citizen service office in the municipality of residence.
    • As in order to pay tax the Green Card holder would be required to have a tax card, assistance will be provided so that he or she can obtain the same from the nearest tax center.
    • Assistance will be provided to open a bank account and the Green Card holder would be required to apply to a bank in person and take with him or her passport and documentary proof of his or her address in Denmark.
    • Assistance will be provided to the Green Card holder when he or she gets a job to ensure against unemployment by becoming a member of an unemployment insurance fund called A-Kasse.
    • Assistance will be provided to the Green Card holder to take Danish language courses by contacting the Citizen Service Office or a job center in the municipality where the Green Card holder is residing. 
    • Assistance will also be provided to obtain advantage of child care opportunities and schools for the children of the Green Card holder.
    • Assistance will be provided to the Green Card holder so that he or she has some accommodation to live before coming to Denmark.
    • As most of the job portals are in Danish language, assistance will be provided so that the Green Card holder can post a CV which is visible to Danish employer in his or her field.  As large numbers of vacant positions in Denmark are never posted publicly and they are filled via personal contacts, GPS through its on network will find out companies that may be potential work places for the Green Card holders.
    • As all workers in Denmark are entitled to five weeks holiday during ‘every holiday year’ (from 1st May to 30th April) GPS will help organize their holiday trips in Europe or elsewhere.
   
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