By Andrew Rolfe, Reuters Denmark’s “Klausners” are doing well.
That’s according to the country’s finance minister, who told Reuters on Friday that the country is on track to meet its 2015 GDP growth target.
The minister’s comments came as Denmark prepares to announce a budget to fund its debt payments.
The government’s 2017 budget is expected in late April or early May.
The economy has been on a slow path since 2016, but the economy is expected to recover from the economic slowdown in the coming years.
“We’re on track,” Finance Minister Anders Hjort said.
“It’s good news.”
Denmark’s government also has a budget surplus of 7.5% of GDP this year, according to Reuters data.
The country’s economy grew 0.2% last year.
“With the economy growing 0.5%, we’ve achieved a bit of a rebound.
But we’re still far from the levels we were when the crisis hit,” the minister said.