Reports consist of recurring reports on Danmarks Nationalbank’s areas of work and activities. Here you will find Danmarks Nationalbank’s annual report, among other documents. Reports are targeted at people who need a status and update on the past period.

Central-government debt

Danish Government Borrowing and Debt 2008

In 2008, the government surplus was DKK 52 billion, corresponding to 3 per cent of GDP. As a result of the surplus, the central-government debt was reduced to DKK 195 billion, corresponding to 11 per cent of GDP or around DKK 35,000 per capita. In 2008, the interest costs on the central-government debt totalled DKK 11.6 billion, equivalent to 0.7 per cent of GDP. Due to its low government debt, Denmark is in a favourable position compared with other countries.