Country Report: Denmark

April 2013
Denmark Country Monitor;Apr2013, p1
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The article presents forecasts for the economic growth and development of Denmark from 2010-2017. It says that despite the financial stimulus from the government, there will be limitations on the consumption in the near term. It mentions that the country is seen to perform poorly in 2013 and 2014 due to the Eurozone financial crisis and debt concerns. It adds that the planned exit of Greece from the Eurozone will affect the economy of Denmark and countries across the union.


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