The Danish economy has entered a phase of stable growth and increasing employment. GDP-growth has been around 2 per cent the last two years, and is expected to continue growing in the coming years. Danish economy is thus approaching a cyclical upturn. The cyclical upturn may last for several years, but depends on a sufficient labour supply. Structural reforms will help create room for further, sustainable job growth.
The Danish economy is in a period of stable growth and rising employment. GDP has increased by around 2 per cent the last two years, and the economic expansion is expected to continue in the coming years. Thus, the Danish economy is entering an economic boom phase.
In common with the rest of the world, technological development in Denmark is currently accelerating. Moreover, Denmark is increasingly connected via digital solutions, and public authorities, businesses and citizens are becoming ever more dependent on the Internet and on the opportunities afforded by the Internet.