Denmark is a member of the European Union and World Trade Organisation (WTO) and so the market has few barriers. It sits as the thirty-fifth country in terms of rank in the world in relation to imports. There are many benefits of exporting to Denmark, which include having a prosperous economy, it acts as an entry point to the Baltic and Scandinavian countries, it is also close to the growing economies of Sweden, Germany and Poland. The main exports are packaged medicaments ($8B), crude petroleum (around $4B), refined petroleum (around $4B), blood (over $2B) and pig meat (around $3B).
The strengths of the Danish market include an easy access route to northern European markets via the Copenhagen hub airport and a high quality motorway network. It has a developed a highly educated population, advanced infrastructure in relation to communication. There is a strong growth rate, low inflation and low unemployment rate at below 5% which is all adding to a growth rate of around 2% a year. The main exports of Denmark are machinery, meat related products, pharmaceuticals, dairy, fish, windmills and furniture.