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57 pages

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July 2017

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TABLE OF CONTENT


Comprehensive View On The Economy

 

1.      Economic structure

Part of the country’s economic profile, economic structure section gives readers useful views to understand what matters for Denmark’s economy.

KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED

  • What is the size of the Denmark’s economy in relation to world’s major economies?
  • What is the size of Denmark’s population?
  • What is the demographic structure of Denmark? Is it favorable for economic growth?
  • How has the structure of Denmark’s GDP changed over the years?
  • How much does the Denmark’s economy rely on external trade?
  • What are the key regions for Denmark’s economy?
  • How does economic freedom in Denmark compare to others?

2.      Competitiveness

Part of the country’s economic profile, this section explores Denmark’s competitiveness in the global level. It also covers the country’s attractiveness to foreign direct investment.

KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED

  • Which stage of economic development is the Denmark’s economy in?
  • How has the labor productivity in Denmark changed over the years and in relation with comparable countries?
  • How competitive is Denmark?
  • How are Denmark’s competitive factors compared to those of other countries?
  • Is it easy to do business in Denmark?
  • How good is Denmark in attracting Foreign Direct Investment?
  • What are most problematic factors in doing business in Denmark?

3.      Economic development

Part of the country’s economic profile, this section explores Denmark’s economic development, average income and its distribution, poverty as well as other development indicators.

KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED

  • What is the level of income for an average person in Denmark?
  • Is unemployment the issue for Denmark?
  • How is income distributed in Denmark and how does it compare to others?
  • What is the current level of human development in Denmark?
  • How has quality of life in Denmark changed over the years?

4.      Economic growth

Part of the country’s economic outlook, this section explores Denmark’s recent economic growth, its key drivers and well as the growth outlook for the coming years.

KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED

  • What has been the growth rate of Denmark’s economy over the past 10 years and how does it compare with others?
  • What were the key growth drivers for the Denmark’s economy in the last year?
  • What were the source of growth for Denmark’s economy in the last 5 quarters?
  • What is the growth outlook for Denmark’s economy over the next 3 years and how does it compare with others?
  • How has the growth outlook for Denmark changed over the past few months?

5.      Economic stability (Macro risks)

Part of the country’s economic outlook, this section explores Denmark’s macro-economic risks, including inflation, financial sector, budget deficit as well as balance of payment and exchange rate.

KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED

  • What is the risk of inflation in Denmark and how does it compare with others?
  • How healthy is the Denmark’s banking sector?
  • What is the fiscal risk in Denmark?
  • What is the likelihood of raising tax?
  • What is the balance of payment risk for Denmark?
  • How good is the country in getting foreign exchange by the mean of commerce?
  • What is the FX risk? How has the DKK performed compared to other currencies?

Appendix 1: Key Economic Projections 2016-2022

From IMF’s World Economic Outlook Report April 2017.

  • GDP growth
  • Inflation
  • Population
  • Unemployment rate
  • Government budget and debt
  • Current account

Appendix 2: DOING BUSINESS 2017

Detailed rankings and scores for Denmark and comparable economies.

  • Starting a business
  • Dealing with construction permits
  • Getting electricity
  • Registering property
  • Getting credit
  • Protecting Minority Investors
  • Paying taxes
  • Trading across borders
  • Enforcing contracts
  • Resolving Insolvency