From Copenhagen to London with our TTIP competition
Take part in our competition about TTIP, the EU-US free trade agreement, and win a weekend trip for two to London with British Airways.
In a global economy, we are stronger when we trade and work together. For this reason, UK and Denmark support an ambitious free trade agreement between the EU and the US. We want an agreement that removes tariffs and makes it easier to sell and buy products between the EU and US without compromising product safety and environmental protection.
To highlight the importance of securing an ambitious agreement, the British Embassy in Copenhagen will be running a TTIP quiz at the Danish political festival, Folkemødet (11 – 15 June 2015). You can also enter your bid via e-mail.
How do I take part?
The Competition is now closed !
How many consumers in the US could EU companies potentially sell to? a) 200 millions b) 300 millions c) 350 millions
What is the EU tariff on jeans? a) 6% b) 8% c) 12%
What proportion of EU-exports to the US is from small and medium sized businesses? a) 16% b) 21% c) 28%
You can find more information and read about the competition in Danish in the attached TTIP Quiz Information (PDF, 129KB, 2 pages) .
For more information on the EU-US Free Trade Agreement, visit the gov.uk TTIP website.
To take part in the competition you must be a resident in Denmark. The weekend trip to London must take place before 31 December 2015.
The competition ends at midnight on Monday 15 June 2015. The winner will be contacted directly. The prize cannot be exchanged for cash and is non-transferable.
The prize consists of two British Airways economy class return tickets Copenhagen-London and two nights at a London hotel in a double room.
British Airways recommend that the tickets are booked as early as possible and no later than 30 days before the intended departure.
The winner will receive vouchers for the British Airways tickets as well as a voucher for the hotel.
The winner will be asked to provide proof of address.
Employees of the British Embassy in Copenhagen and British Airways cannot take part in the competition.