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Alarmingly low confidence in European economy
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.
Three things crucial for success in the 2020s
Companies must focus on gender diversity and hire employees of various nationalities and with various educational backgrounds. Social value, imagination and diversity will determine whether companies are successful in the 2020s, writes Anders…
DKK 53 million to bring talent to Denmark
Too few international workers are aware of career opportunities in Denmark. The project “Talent for Denmark” has been granted DKK 53 million to attract more highly educated international employees to Danish companies. Good to see a long-term project…
New analysis: Trade war puts 8,000 Danish jobs at risk
A new analysis sets the number of Danish jobs at risk as a result of the US trade war against Europe and China at 8,000. Many more Danish jobs could disappear as a result of increased economic insecurity and lower growth if the trade war continues,…
Denmark is the world’s second-best talent developer
Denmark comes in second place in the annual ranking of countries’ ability to attract, develop and retain a talented labour force. Denmark can use its position as a leader in the green transition to appeal even more to young talent, says DI.
Honey queen wants more controls on illegal foods
Co-owner and CEO Helle Reinevald, Jakobsens A/S wants more controls on food fraud in Denmark and the EU. That is why Scandinavia’s biggest honey producer is now a member of the Central Board of the Confederation of Danish Industry.
Tourists love Denmark - even in the rain
New figures: Despite lots of rain, Denmark had 4.6 million overnight stays in summerhouses, hotels etc. in September this year. Very encouraging, says DI.
Consumers ignore product safety when shopping online
Danish consumers shop online all over the world, and they often buy electronics. But consumers pay little attention to product safety. This distorts competition, notes sourcing and services company Solar. DI is pleased that the minister of business…
Danish salaries stretch further
New figures: Deep into the economic upswing that has benefited Danes in recent years, inflation remains rock-bottom. Given that salaries simultaneously have continued to grow, paychecks stretch a lot further, says DI’s chief economist, who meanwhile…
Unemployment in Denmark still at historic low
New figures: Unemployment fell slightly in September and has now been on the decrease since 2012. Great news, says DI.