Denmark is the smallest and the most southerly of the Nordic countries, but with its 5.7 million inhabitants, the most densely populated. Approximately 1.2 million people live in and around the capital city, Copenhagen.
In 2016, Denmark was again ranked number one in The World Happiness Report. The study focuses on factors such as health, and access to healthcare; family relationships, job security, political freedom and levels of government corruption. In terms of purchasing power per capita, Denmark ranked fifth among all European countries in 2015.
Its main sources of revenue are oil and other energy sources, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, shipping and IT services. Retail turnover per m2 of sales area lies between 5,500 to 6,500 Euros.
|GDP per capita||41.685 €|
|Net avg. monthly income||3.100 €|
|Copenhagen, Capital region||1.280.371|