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Exceptionally easy to borrow money
In the eight years that the Confederation of Danish Industries, DI has carried out surveys of the financial climate, companies currently find themselves in the most advantageous funding situation. Company assets, the return on those assets and the…
Economic Forecast, May 2019: Global downturn may hit Danish growth hard
So far, the Danish economy has defied the decline in growth on export markets. DI estimates GDP growth at 1.8 per cent in 2019 and 1.7 per cent in 2020. However, the international economy is surrounded by great uncertainty, and a major international…
Verification of digitally signed documents
Does your company export? The Confederation of Danish Industry is authorised to issue digitally signed documents. We issue your company's certificates of origin and export documents.
DI in Brussels
The EU provides access to the Single Market, exports and Danish jobs, while also giving Denmark a stronger voice in and beyond Europe. Therefore, DI has an office in Brussels to represent the policy interests of DI’s member companies.
DI in the U.S.
To support Danish companies' growth and success in the United States, DI has offices in Washington D.C. and New York City.
International media paint a misleading picture of how Covid-19 affects Danish business
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…
The Anti-Corruption Journey
Anti-corruption from a Danish Business perspective - recommendations based on a survey of 47 Danish companies.