Danish economy out of danger despite fears of world economic meltdown


Monday, 08 August 2011
While the leaders of the world's major economies hold crisis conference on the problems of the world economy and the risk of a financial crisis, version 2.0, the Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen believe that there is no need for Danish action.

“Denmark is a small open economy, and what we mainly have to do it is to keep our house in order, and we have our house in order,” says Danish Prime Minister shortly after he crossed the finish line in a major exercise bike race in Copenhagen on Sunday.


He believes that things are already taken here at home and that they are enough to ensure the Danish economy, despite the global economic storm warnings, to wax on well.

“We before the summer made the necessary decisions to ensure the future the Danish economy, a budget that fully balances in the future. And it is also what makes the world to have confidence in the Danish economy, and we currently are rewarded with a yield that is almost right on top of the German,” said the Prime minister.
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