Report shows that Denmark is one of the world's best network nations  

2005.03.11
Denmark has been ranked 4th of 104 economies in exploiting global IT developments according to the Global Information Technology Report 2004-2005 published by World Economic Forum

Denmark has been ranked 4th of 104 economies in exploiting global IT developments according to the Global Information Technology Report 2004-2005 published by World Economic Forum. Two years ago, Denmark ranked 8th, and last year 5th. Singapore tops the list, followed by Iceland, Finland, Denmark and the US. According to the World Economic Forum, the report is the most comprehensive and authoritative international assessment of the preparedness of countries to capture the benefits of participating in the networked world.

 

Denmark scores particularly well on parameters such as education, IT infrastructure and general use of Internet and broadband. Regarding IT promoting political regulations and laws, Denmark was ranked No.1. Irene Mia, senior economist at World Economic Forum, says the country is doing better and better: "There is no doubt that much has been done politically to create good conditions for IT in Denmark", she adds.

 

The Global Information Technology Report was first launched in 2001. The Report uses the Networked Readiness Index of 104 economies in 2004-2005 to measure the degree of preparedness of a nation or community to participate in and benefit from ICT developments. The news is reported by national newspaper Berlingske Tidende and on World Economic Forum's website.

 

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