Economic Survey · December 2018


The upturn in the Danish economy continues. Growth has been strong in recent years and GDP has grown by approximately 2¼ per cent per year in 2015-2017. The economic boom is also evident in employment, which has increased continuously since the spring of 2013 and is at its highest level ever. Already, employment growth has matched the entire job creation during the upswing in the 2000s, and job creation in the current recovery is expected to reach a historically high level.