Denmark’s economy set for a boom, says Rohde

Lars Rohde, governor of the National Bank of Denmark

As much of Europe flounders, the Danish economy appears to be heading towards a boom, according to a series of documents the National Bank of Denmark published today (December 7).

The cuountry's economy is in a "solid upswing", governor Lars Rohde said, noting signs of a labour shortage were becoming "clearer". In a statement, the central bank said the economy is "heading towards a boom".

GDP forecasts were a little lower than those published in September, revised to 1% for 2016 but rising to 1.4

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