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Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
Denmark International Business
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  • 1. International Business DENMARK
  • 2. DENMARK
  • 3. On the map! Search Finished ! Searching.....
  • 4. Brief Overview • Facts and Statistics • Location: Northern Europe bordering Germany 68 km • Capital: Copenhagen • Climate: temperate; humid and overcast; mild, windy winters and cool summers • Population: 5,413,392 • Religions: Evangelical Lutheran 95%, other Protestant and Roman Catholic 3%, Muslim 2%
  • 5. Government: Type: Constitutional monarchy. • Constitution: June 5, 1953. • Branches: Executive--queen (chief of state), prime minister (head of government), cabinet. Legislative-- unicameral parliament (Folketing). • Political parties (represented in parliament): Venstre (Liberal), Social Democratic, Conservatives, Socialist People's, Social Liberal, Unity List, Danish People's, New Alliance.
  • 6. CULTURE LITERATURE PAINTING – SCULPTURE FILM DESIGN- ARCHITECTURE
  • 7. CULTURE AND LIFESTYLE: • Highly developed society, • Very proud people in relation to their life styles. • Environmentally friendly, recycling their trash and sewage • Denmark is an egalitarian society.
  • 8. Denmark Area: 43 098 km2 Population: 5,6 Mio Official language: DanishCapital:Copenhagen Communication Culture International Language knowledge High Language tone Neutral Handshake Always Communication style Direct & open Cultural Influences Day starts Average Dress Style Casual Appearance value Modest Punctuality Absolute must Lunch/Dinner Simple Gift habits Limited Company Structure Organization Flat Orientation People-oriented Networking Importance Limited Flexibility Adaptable Work Interaction Speed of trust Medium Program analysis Thorough plan Decision making Team Time to decide Fast Importance of rules Medium Style Informal Uncertainty level Low
  • 9. MULTINATIONALS AT DENMARK
  • 10. MULTINATIONALS AT Denmark • Breweries – Carlsberg Group • Biotechnology – Novozymes A/S • Children’s Toys – Lego Group • Energy – Vestas Wind Systems • Shipping – A. P. Moller-Maersk Group (Maersk)
  • 11. PAST AND PRESENT ECONOMY: • AGRARIAN SOCIETY • A thousand-year old farming and fishing country was thus rapidly changing into a fully developed industrial nation • From milk, sugar beets, eggs and meat from the farms to a production of powdered milk, sugar, cakes, tinned meat, etc.
  • 12. PAST & PRESENT RELATIONS WITH NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES: NORWAY ICELANDSWEDEN FINLAND
  • 13. Ambassador to China
  • 14. Ambassador to China • Denmark was among the very first countries to establish diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China in 1950 • Economic and people-to-people contacts have become steadily stronger. • Strengthening relations between China and Denmark is in mutual interest • Many Danish companies are present here in China and many Danes are living here.
  • 15. Ambassador Stig Barlyng to Ghana • The Danish embassy located precisely on dr. Isert road, • Cooperation with Ghana is a humanistic and pragmatic approach, • Principles together and respect each other • Strategy for poverty reduction.
  • 16. The Danish Ambassador to Vietnam, Peter Lysholt Hansen • Vietnam's strongest ally in the fight against climate change • Building up the efforts to mutual cooperation • Promotion of tourism
  • 17. Foreign Trade policy
  • 18. Denmark Is Doing Well International Rankings: EIU ―Business Environment Rankings: DK. nr. 1 (2008 WEF ―Global Competitiveness DK nr. 3 (2008) World Bank—ease of doing business rank: nr. 5 (2008) IMD world competitiveness scoreboard: DK nr. 6 (2008 Forbes ―Capital Hospitality DK nr. 4 (2007) DK Among the 11 Richest Countries in OECD: Record high employment—over 2.8 M Surplus on current account 2007—08 20 B. DKK Lowest unemployment rate since 1974 Surplus on public budget—75, 6 B. DKK in 2007
  • 19. Recommendations for Denmark • Denmark must improve its bilateral ties with its neighboring countries. • Denmark can expand its trade by improving their relationships with the Muslims countries. • Denmark can avail more growth opportunities by enhancing its influence in EU. • Leading producer of high technological wind power solutions and earn foreign exchange.

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