New study: Foreign direct investment to Denmark stagnates

New study: Foreign direct investment to Denmark stagnates

April 13, 2015

The Danish government has released a study conducted by Copenhagen Economics on how to improve Denmark’s competitiveness with regard to attraction of foreign directs investments (FDI).

 

In the report Copenhagen Economics benchmarks the ability of Denmark to attract FDI Denmark with Sweden, United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Ireland. Also, the report bencmarks the investment promotion in the five countries.

 

The report can be downloaded from the website of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs here

 

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