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BMI believes that the biggest risk to Denmark's medium-term macroeconomic trajectory stems from ongoing economic and financial developments within the eurozone. Denmark has sizeable trade and investment linkage with the common currency bloc, and a major deterioration in growth in the core countries could push Denmark back into recessionary territory this year. Real GDP growth is forecast at 1.2% in 2013, with GDP reaching US$318.0bn, equal to US$56,668 per capita. Denmark joined the EU in 1973, but has so far declined to adopt the euro as its currency.