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Danish exports to Sweden gathering pace

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Recent figures from the Danish export council – Danmarks Eksportråd – show that Danish exports to Sweden are expected to increase by three percent in 2014 and a further 4.4 percent in 2015.

This means that exports to Sweden are bouncing back after falling by 7.5 percent in 2013, and that is an important development, according to experts.

“Sweden might not be the most sexy export market, but measured in billions of kroner, Sweden is essential for Danish exports,” Allan Sørensen, a consultant for industry advocates Dansk Industri, told Børsen business newspaper.

“Sweden is a huge recipient of Denmark’s exports, and it is so important that we see a positive movement in that market, because a decline could equal out all the progress we make in other markets outside Europe.”