Global Macro Service > Research Briefings > Denmark
Many of the factors behind the outperformance of the Nordic economies in 2020 are supporting the region’s firm recovery in 2021. Last year, eurozone GDP fell 6.8%, while average GDP for Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland dropped just 2.5%. And by the middle of this year, activity in the Nordics is set to return to pre-pandemic levels, whereas the eurozone will take until early 2022.
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