DEN­MARK

Business Spotlight - - INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION - Sources: CIA World Fact­book (https://www.cia.gov/lli­brary/ pub­li­ca­tions/the-world-fact­book/ geos/da.html); Sta­tis­tics Den­mark (https://www.dst.dk/en)

Cap­i­tal: Copen­hagen

Other main cities: Aarhus and Odense

Head of state: Queen Mar­grethe II

Head of gov­ern­ment: Prime Min­is­ter Lars Løkke Ras­mussen

Pop­u­la­tion: 5.6 mil­lion

Of­fi­cial lan­guage: Dan­ish

Cur­rency: Dan­ish krone ($1 = DKK 6.6)

GDP: $286.8 bil­lion, mak­ing it the world’s 61st-largest econ­omy (2017 est.)

GDP an­nual growth: 2.1% (2017 est.)

Un­em­ploy­ment: 5.8% (2017 est.)

In­fla­tion: 1.1% (2017 est.)

Main ex­ports: wind tur­bines, phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals, ma­chin­ery, fur­ni­ture, and agri­cul­tural, dairy and fish prod­ucts

Main im­ports: ma­chin­ery/ equip­ment, raw ma­te­ri­als, chem­i­cals, agri­cul­tural prod­ucts and con­sumer goods

Re­li­gions: Evan­gel­i­cal Lutheran (76%) and Mus­lim (4%); other re­li­gions of un­der 1% each make up the rest

Queen Mar­grethe

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