Is the crisis over?

According to the Labour Movement, Denmark can look forward to more normal growth rates. It shows at an economic forecast from the so called thinking tank.

After GDP growth in 2013 of 0.4 percent growth is expected to rise to 1.4 percent this year and 2 per cent in 2015. Chief Analyst Frederik I. Pedersen, who is behind the forecast, think that there is a basis for a boom in the Danish economy.

“The change of mood broke through in the Danish economy last summer and have actually stayed at. We also have a huge private savings surplus reflected in the new records on the balance of payments.

The prerequisites for good time in the Danish economy is there, “he says. Read more here.

The Labour Movement Business Council’s expects that employment in Denmark will increase by 15,000 in both 2014 and 2015. Turns mood changed more significant impact on consumption and investments, there may come a lot more time in the Danish economy, and it will have a positive effect on the labor market.

” There are currently several indicators that the Danish labor market is improving.

Over the past months we have seen more job openings and fewer joblukninger . It is also better abroad, and the Danish export outlook is positive.

If domestic demand comes to speed , it can get to go significantly stronger with growth rates that you would normally associate with good times. If that happens , we can actually expect a growth in employment of more than 50,000 at the end of 2015 , “says Frederik I. Pedersen.

Last year saw progress in the labor market despite a very weak growth in the Danish economy exept Anella.dk modetøj , suggesting a dismal productivity growth and a labor market that is out of sync with production.