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Benefits for your company
This brochure presents advantages and opportunities gained by your company as a member or an associated member of DI.
The way forward for the European Single Market
The EU Single Market is the world’s largest single market comprising more than 500 million people and 26 million companies. Maintaining and developing the Single Market is an ongoing effort that needs constant political attention. Based on an…
The Anti-Corruption Journey
Anti-corruption from a Danish Business perspective - recommendations based on a survey of 47 Danish companies.
The Global Goals and opportunities for business
Sustainable Danish solutions within food and agriculture, water and sanitation, energy and cities.
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The economy is heading for a very soft landing
It is expected that the Danish economy is heading for a very soft landing. GDP is expected to grow by 0.6 percent in 2023 and by 1.9 percent in 2024. The high level of in-flation and increasing interest rates will, with some delay, drag down…
Economic Forecast: Downturn of the economy
Both production and employment have increased sharply until the third quarter of 2022. But now the trend is reversing. High prices and rising interest rates have led to widespread pessimism among consumers and have also had an impact on the optimism…
Danish companies still embrace globalisation
International conflicts have prompted Danish businesses to increase their global engagement. Businesses want to expand primarily in the West and Asia – with the exception of China, where their interest is waning.
Economic Forecast May 2022 - Danish economy is slowing down, but at a high level-
The Danish economy began 2022 from a very high starting point, however, restrictions on production, high rate of inflation and weakened demand mean that we will see a dip during the summer. DI estimates that at the end of the year, the GDP will be…
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