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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.
South Korea (Republic of Korea) is the fourth largest economy in Asia. The country has risen from among the poorest in the world in the 1960s to be among the most advanced economies in the world with a high GDP per capita.
After two years of disruptions: Higher inventories and more suppliers
After two years with large and comprehensive disruptions in international trade, more than 8 out of 10 manufacturing companies make changes to their strategies. The solution is more globalization, not less. Many companies want to increase the number…
Global Danish export potential when coal is phased out of electricity production
At COP26 the entire world unites to fight the massive challenge of climate change. Use of coal is the single largest source to energy related greenhouse gas emissions. In the EU, high prices on CO2 emissions have made coalfired power plants a bad…
Economic Forecast May 2021: From Crisis to Labour Shortage
2021 began with a new and long closure, but all indicators point to the fact that we are in the middle of a quite rapid recovery, as restrictions are lifted. Despite the slow start of the year, there is prospect of a quite reasonable growth in GDP in…