Denmark takes a top two position in IDC's annual worldwide IT ranking  

Denmark jumps to No.2 in the Annual Information Society Index 2003, challenging Sweden's pole position

The worldwide annual Information Society Index 2003, published by analysis company IDC, shows that Denmark has moved up three places from last year's 5th to the world's No.2 country. Sweden maintains its pole position while Norway slips from 2nd down to 4th. In total 53 countries globally were included in the analysis which is based on information documenting how widespread IT is in the individual countries.


A robust performance in all categories gave Denmark its top 2 ranking, including internet proliferation and internet trading, where Denmark ranked 5th overall (Japan took 1st place). In the telecom category Denmark again ranked 5th overall (Hong Kong took 1st place). India, Indonesia and Vietnam had the unenviable task of occupying the three bottom places in this year's index. The news is reported by daily financial newspaper Børsen’s online edition and on Yahoo’s website.

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