International Trade in Denmark

International Trade in Denmark

The country was strongly hit by the financial crisis, due to its high degree of openness to international trade and to the high level of financialization of its economy. However, profiting from the resumption of trade, Denmark has experienced a more dynamic economic recovery than its... Read more

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    Modern Sourcing Co., Ltd

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Overview About International Trade in Denmark

Main Industry Sectors

The agricultural sector only accounts for 1.3% of the GDP and employs merely 2.7% of the population. Nevertheless, Denmark has become one of the major exporters of agricultural products. Two-thirds of its agricultural production are exported. Most of the Danish land is used for agriculture and there are more than 50,000 farmers in Denmark. Nearly 90% of the country's agricultural revenue comes from livestock production.

Denmark has limited natural resources, a fact which slows down the development of its heavy industry. However, the country has enough oil and gas reserves to ensure its energy freedom. Denmark is the world's leading manufacturer of wind turbines and exports 85% of its production. The major activity sectors are: chemical and pharmaceutical, biotechnology and services (approximately three-fourths of the GDP).

The services sector contributes nearly three-fourths of the GDP and provides most employment.

 

Economic Overview

The country was strongly hit by the financial crisis, due to its high degree of openness to international trade and to the high level of financialization of its economy. However, profiting from the resumption of trade, Denmark has exp...

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