Reading international media could give you the impression that all of Denmark – including industry – has been closed down. This is not the case, but this perception has already affected Danish companies such as the furniture producer, Steens. Danish…
In 2020 and 2021 the economy will grow by 1.2 and 1.5 per cent respectively - provided that consumers start spending more money and companies increase investments. If not, the economy will start to look significantly weaker.
New figures: Danish international industrial companies account for an overall surplus in the balance of payments of DKK 297 billion, show new figures from Statistics Denmark.
New figures: Low confidence is a sign of weak growth in our export markets, and that’s bad news for Danish companies with overseas sales. This worries DI’s senior analyst Allan Sørensen.