Denmark Now Needs Skilled Foreigners to Rescue Growth

GDP growth could be stuck at 1.5% if country can't lure more engineers and science majors

A Lego brick figurine of Emmet Brickowoski, a character from "The Lego Movie", stands in the reception area at the headquarters of Lego A/S in Billund, Denmark, on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015.

Photographer: Freya Ingrid Morales

Denmark is lagging behind its neighbors when it comes to economic growth and it needs skilled foreigners to catch up.

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