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The Danish Model is a designation used to describe the unique way in which the Danish labour market is structured. Understand the structure of the Danish labour market and why DI plays a central role.
The shortage of qualified labour is a reality for many companies in Denmark today. In the future it will continue to be one of the biggest challenges for Danish businesses.
News focusing on international trade, talent recruitment and retention, tourism and the labour market.
Get inspiration and support, if your company wants to enter new markets and take advantage of DI's knowledge and global network.
The Confederation of Danish Industry – DI – is Denmark’s largest, most representative and most influential business and employers’ organisation, covering manufacturing as well as service industries across sectors such as transport, energy, IT,…
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.
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…
The Japanese water sector is a mature market where capital investments have been stable over time.
This brief paper explains how Danish companies are uniquely positioned to deliver on the Global Goals as a direct result of the Danish labour market model. At the UN General Assembly 2019, it is DI’s ambition to document the performance of Danish…
If you need advice on Single Market trading, global trading, export controls, or international finance DI can support you.