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Key facts about Denmark

Denmark, is the southernmost of the Scandinavian nations and lies southwest of Sweden and south of Norway. It is bordered to the south by Germany.

It joined the EU in 1973

It has a population of approximately 5.8 million people. The capital city is Copenhagen that has a population of approximately 0.7 million inhabitants.

Denmark is part of the Schengen Zone.

The currency is the Danish Krone (DKK).

The international dialling code can be found here

The Danish Federation of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises represents the Danish SMEs. Machinery, chemicals and related products like medicine and agricultural products are key exports and service exports were dominated by freight sea transport services from the Danish merchant navy. Petroleum, cars, computers, chemicals, consumer goods and machinery are some of the main imported goods.

Useful links

Embassy information of Denmark in Ireland
World Bank - Operating in Denmark

A detailed breakdown by the World Bank for doing business with Denmark in 2019. The report includes Economy Profile, Starting a Business, Construction Permits, Getting Credit, Protecting Minor Investors, Paying Taxes, Trading Across Borders, Labour Market Regulations and more.

Sea Ports

View Seaports of Denmark on with information on anchorage depth and types of harbours.


Danish cities with airports and further aviation information.

Tax & Vat Information
Enterprise Ireland in Denmark
SME United

Details of the Denmark's local SME entities.

Map of Denmark