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  • 1. DANISH ECONOMY 1
  • 2. DENMARK Prime Minister Lars Loekke RASMUSSEN MER DE L’EST Political Regime Constitutional monarchy Capital Copenhagen GDP/Cap $311.9 billion Aalborg, Aarhus, Odense, Main cities Esbjerg, Roskilde 2
  • 3. MAIN ECONOMICAL INDICATORS Statistics( 20010) Denmark trends Population (millions) 5,529,888 Superficy (km²) 43,094 sq k Density(hab/km²) 129 GDP trillion$ $311.9 Growth 1% Pop active 2.82 m Unemployment rate 4.2 Inflation rate 2.6 Exchanges Exports billion$ 99.37 Imports billion $ 90.83 Finance Investment rate 17.5% Public debt 46.6% Official currency Kroner Change Euro/$ 0,1341Source : OECD, IMF 3
  • 4. 8 REASONS TO GO TO DENMARK Sophisticated and rich consumersProfitable market Open and attractive market Easy to reach Easy to prospectStrategic market inScandinavia and Balticarea Strategic and innovative business sectors 4
  • 5. STRATEGIC LOCATION The Øresund Region is one of the most dynamic business regions in Europe, centred on the cities ofCopenhagen and Malmo. It is a gateway to the Nordic markets. With a population of almost 4.000.000 people, it generates a quarter of the total GDP of Sweden andDenmark, two countries in one region. 5
  • 6. DENMARK, BUSINESS OUTLOOKImport commodities - partners Export commodities - partners machinery and equipment, raw machinery and instruments, meat materials and semimanufactures for and meat products, dairy products, industry, chemicals, grain and fish, pharmaceuticals, furniture, foodstuffs, consumer goods windmills Germany 21.07%, Sweden 13.18%, Germany 17.53%, Sweden 12.68%, Norway 7%, Netherlands 6.97%, China UK 8.49%, US 6.05%, Norway 6.01%, 6.22%, UK 5.53% Netherlands 4.84%, France 4.57%Export – Import revenues Main industries food processing, machinery and transportation equipment, textiles and Imports $90.83 billion clothing, electronics, construction, furniture and other wood products, Exports $99.37 billion shipbuilding and refurbishment, windmills, pharmaceuticals, medical equipmentis , iron, steel, nonferrous metals, chemicals. 6
  • 7. DENMARK, MAIN SECTORSFood processing Life Science Hub Machinery IT sector Furniture Green energy Textile and clothing 7
  • 8. CLUSTERS & SPECIAL ZONES 8
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  • 10. Please contact our nearest or local office for your general enquiries:Stockholm ParisAddress: Pipersgatan 26, 11228, Stockholm Address: 7, rue dahomey, 75011, ParisPhone: + 46 707 72 85 27 Phone: +33 607 52 81 76Email: stockholm@columdae.com Email: paris@columdae.comCopenhagen MilanAddress: Njalsgade 15, 2300, Copenhagen Address: Via Monte Leone 22, MilanPhone: +45 21 74 97 68 Phone: .+39 34 08 97 50 70Email: copenhagen@columdae.com Email: milan@columdae.com www.columdae.com 10