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Statistics

Danmarks Statistik

Statistics Denmark
Statistics on Danish society: population, living conditions, education and knowledge, cultural habits & sports, prices and consumption, ITC use, business sectors, construction, environment and energy etc. (In Danish and English)

Statistikbanken

Statistics Denmark: Stat Bank Denmark
Detailed statistical information on Danish society. The database is free of charge and data can be exported in several file formats and presented as diagrams or landmaps. As a registered user you can retrieve large tables and save them for later use free of charge. (In Danish and English)

Danmarks Statistik

Statistics Denmark: Statistical Yearbook
Detailed insight into Danish society through the recent decades. You can find information about the softer sides of society and you can find economic statistics such as aggregated business and governmental accounts, GNP, GDP, exports and imports etc. (In Danish and English)

Eurostat

Eurostat
Statistics on Europe. Eurostat is the statistical office of Europe. Its job is to provide the European Union with European level statistics that enable comparisons between countries and regions. (In English)

GMID Euromonitor

Euromonitor
Industry analysis and statistics as well as global macroeconomic and demographic statistics. You can define your own table from different parameters and compare figures across countries. (In English)

Marketline

Marketline Advantage
Market information database, also including market, country, and company reports in consumer, service, and industrial markets. (In English)

Dansk Byggeri

The Danish Construction Association
Analysis and statistics from The Danish Construction Association. The organisation is a trade and employers’ organisation for the building and construction sector. (In Danish)

Beredskabsstyrelsen

Danish Emergency Management Agency
The Danish Emergency Management Agency collects statistics on the operations of the Danish national and municipal fire and rescue services, fx emergencies and building fires. The statistics are available through Redningsberedskabets Statistikbank (in Danish). Statistics for the Nordic countries (including Denmark) can be found in Nordstat.net (In English, use Google Chrome).