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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…
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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…
DI forecast: Shutdown leads to new economic downturn
Both at home and abroad, we have seen new shutdowns resulting in further decline in economic activity. How-ever, there are signs indicating the impact will be smaller than during the first shutdown. The vaccines bring hope of a fairly rapid reopening…
Upward tendency for adding services to physical products
More and more manufacturing companies add services to their physical products. In ten years, the share of manufacturing companies adding or integrating services in their products has tripled. Servitization can lead to huge competitive advantages and…
DI Economic forecast - New lockdowns in Europe place exports under great pressure
Rising infection rates and new lockdowns all across Europe threaten to undermine the economic recovery. Therefore, DI fears that the development of Danish exports will result in the much discussed “W-shape”. The GDP of Denmark is estimated to…
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…