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Life science drives Danish exports

Exports from companies in the healthcare sector makes up an increasingly larger share of Denmark’s total exports. Read on to see which markets are the main importers of Danish goods.

Foto: David Bering / Jylland-Posten

Medicine, medtech equipment and apparatuses make up a still bigger share of Denmark’s exports, according to a new report from the government-commissioned growth team for health and welfare solutions. Here are some of the facts:

Exports from the life science sector accounted for almost 12 % of the total Danish exports of goods in 2011. The largest commodity group was medicine, which made up 9.5 %. By comparison exports of medicine accounted for just 3.5 % in 1990. Companies within healthcare-related IT and service and operational solutions are more focused on the home market, however.

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