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Lene Espersen
File:Lene Espersen.jpg

Incumbent
Assumed office 
10 September 2008
Monarch Margrethe II
Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Lars Løkke Rasmussen
Preceded by Bendt Bendtsen

Minister of Trade and Industry
Incumbent
Assumed office 
September 10, 2008
Preceded by Bendt Bendtsen

In office
November 27, 2001 – September 10, 2008
Preceded by Frank Jensen
Succeeded by Brian Mikkelsen

Incumbent
Assumed office 
September 9, 2008
Preceded by Bendt Bendtsen

Born 26 September 1965 (1965-09-26) (age 44)
Hirtshals, Denmark
Political party Conservative People's Party
Spouse(s) Danny Feltmann
Alma mater University of Aarhus
Religion Lutheran/Church of Denmark

Lene Espersen (born 26 September 1965) is a Danish politician and member of parliament who has been leader of the Conservative People's Party since September 9, 2008[1]. She was the Minister of Justice from 27 November 2001 to 10 September 2008 in the Cabinets of Anders Fogh Rasmussen I, II and III and she has been the Minister of Economic and Business Affairs in Fogh Rasmussen's third cabinet since 10 September 2008. Lene Espersen has been a member of parliament (folketinget) since 1994. She also serves as Deputy Prime Minister. She has two children. Lene Espersen is also an attendee of Trilateral Commission meetings in 2002 and 2005.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Bendt Bendtsen
Deputy Prime Minister of Denmark
10 September 2008–present
Incumbent
Preceded by
Frank Jensen
Justice Minister of Denmark
27 November 2001 – 10 September 2008
Succeeded by
Brian Mikkelsen
Preceded by
Bendt Bendtsen
Minister of Economic and Business affairs
10 September 2008–present
Incumbent
Party political offices
Preceded by
Bendt Bendtsen
Leader of the Conservative People's Party
9 September 2008–present
Incumbent







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