Denmark's medical exports continue to boom  

2004.02.11
Danish pharmaceutical companies have increased their exports by 13% from Jan-Nov 2003 compared to the whole of 2002

Danish pharmaceutical companies have increased their sales to overseas countries by 13% from Jan-Nov 2003 compared to the whole of 2002. The 11-month figure soared to DKK 31.6 billion (USD 5.4 billion), making exports of pharmaceutical products even higher than exports of pork which amounted to DKK 24.4 billion (USD 4.1 billion) for the whole of 2003.

 

The Danish pharmaceutical industry is also growing in terms of people employed. In 2003, six of Denmark's largest pharmaceutical companies, Novo, Lundbeck, Leo, Ferring, Nycomed and ALK-Abelló employed 999 more people in Denmark, bringing the total number of staff up to 25,935 at the end of 2003. The news is reported by national daily broadsheet Berlingske Tidende.

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