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World Bank: Denmark the easiest place to do business in Europe

For the second year in a row the World Bank ranks Denmark as the easiest place in Europe to do business

International companies looking for a European country where it is easy to set up and run their business should look to Denmark.

This would be a possible conclusion based on the World Bank's Doing Business 2013 index, which is the tenth in a series of annual reports benchmarking the regulations that enhance business activities and those that constrain it.

Denmark consistently ranks very high on the World Bank’s Doing Business index that through inputs of a network of more than 9,000 local experts compares business regulation in 185 economies in the world, and this year only Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand and the US are ahead of Denmark.

World Banks doing business in Denmark
Source: Doing Business 2013

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Published: 24.10.2012