We provide a Global Financial Services, have many opportunities in a variety of industries. We add to our database in multiple sectors such as Agribusiness, Township & Green City, Public Housing, Tourism & Hospitality, Public Education, Public Health Care, Power & Energy, Mining & Mineral, Oil & Gas, Consumer Goods, Fishery & Maritime, Telecommunication, Media, Transportation & Infrastructure.
DENMARK officially the Kingdom of Denmark, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe. Denmark is the southernmost country in Scandinavia, and its territory incorporates the Jutland Peninsula and around 406 islands (approximately 80 of which are inhabited). The largest of these islands is Zealand, which is also the site of the capital, Copenhagen. Denmark supports a high standard of living—its per capita gross national product is among the highest in the world—with well-developed social services. The economy is based primarily on service industries, trade, and manufacturing; only a tiny percentage of the population is engaged in agriculture and fishing. The Danish economy is fundamentally strong. Since the mid-1990s, economic growth rates have been positive, the unemployment rate is generally low and public finances are often in surplus. The recent financial crisis did also impact Denmark and currently the economy is experiencing less than one percent annual growth rates. Danes pay relatively high personal taxes – some of the highest in the EU – for an extensive welfare system. Denmark is a net exporter of food and energy, and its principal exports are machinery, instruments, and food products. The United States is Denmark’s largest non-European trading partner, accounting for about 7% of total Danish merchandise trade. Aircraft, computers, machinery, and instruments are among the major U.S. exports to Denmark. Among major Danish exports to the United States are industrial machinery, chemical products, furniture, pharmaceuticals, windmills, and plastic toy blocks (Lego). In addition, Denmark has a significant services trade with the U.S., a major share of it stemming from Danish-controlled ships engaged in container traffic to and from the United States (notably by Maersk). There are well over 400 U.S.-owned companies in Denmark. With Denmark’s potential and the financial services offered from us there will be many possible opportunities for cooperation.