Denmark has a population of over 5.5 million and makes up part of Scandinavia at the southern point of the Nordic countries, It is southwest of Sweden and south of Norway, and borders Germany at its South. It is the thirty-ninth largest export economy in the world and nineteenth most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). On average, the GDP of Denmark is around $330B and the GDP per capita was around $42k. Denmark makes up an element of the Schengen Area and uses the krone currency. They are a founding member of NATO, OECD, Nordic Council, OSCE and the United Nations. It is also frequently quoted that Denmark are one of the happiest countries in the world, it ranks as having one of the highest per capita incomes and has a high social mobility rate. The import partners of Demark are Germany (around 15%), Sweden (around 13%), UK (9%), Norway (6%) and US (under 7%).
The import value of Copenhagen is over $100 billion with a small positive trade balance. The main import goods are equipment, semi manufactured goods in relation to grains, chemicals, and raw materials. The gross domestic product of Denmark is around DKK 1,900 billion with a GDP per capita of around DKK 320,000. Denmark sits on the borders of Germany by land and Norway, the UK, Poland, Sweden and Norway by sea.
Denmark: Exports Profile
| $0.09 trillion|
|Machinery and instruments, meat and meat products, dairy products, fish, pharmaceuticals, fashion apparel, furniture, windmills, Christmas trees, potted plants, mink and fox skin, salt, various specialty niche products|
|Germany 18.6%, Sweden 12.1%, United Kingdom 8.1%, United States 6.7%, Norway 6.5%, Netherlands 4.4% (2014 est.)|