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Danish Business Culture
Did you know about business culture in Denmark? Watch this video animation to find out some interesting facts.
The Kingdom of Denmark is a Nordic country. Its largest islands, which are connected by bridges and tunnels, are Zealand (Sjaelland), Funen (Fyn) and Jutland (Jylland), which is a peninsula north of Germany.
The capital of Denmark is Copenhagen, situated on Zealand, the most densely populated part of the country. Denmark has about 5, 4 million inhabitants, an area of c. 43 000 km2 and a coastline of c. 7300 km. Its neighboring countries are Germany, Sweden and Norway. Germany is the only country that Denmark has a land boundary with but there is a bridge connecting Denmark and Sweden.
Denmark is a constitutional monarchy and a member state of the European Union (EU). In addition to Denmark itself, the kingdom also includes the Froe Islands and Greenland, which have an autonomous status and are largely self-governed. Denmark is a parliamentary democracy with Queen Margrethe II on the throne. In fact it is the world’s oldest monarchy and belongs to the oldest states in Europe.
Historically, Denmark is an agricultural country, but for many years now the production structure has been changing. Denmark relies on a highly developed service sector and large export-oriented industry. Altogether, 72 percent of the Danish workforce is employed in the service sector, which accounts for half of the GDP. Industrial products make up 72 percent of Danish export.
Denmark’s most important natural resources are crude oil, natural gas, fish, salt and limestone. Denmark is also known for being among the world’s top countries when it comes to a very diverse range of products and services, including food, furniture and clothing, design and interior design, sea transport, windmills, pharmaceuticals, equipment for automatic cooling and heating, sensitive measuring instruments, as well as IT and communications.
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