Aging French population could boost Danish health exports

FRENCH ELECTION: France’s aging population and greater focus on healthcare in people’s own homes could lead to Danish health technology exports of over USD 1bn. ”It’s a very exciting agenda,” says Denmark’s ambassador to France.

An aging population in France is putting the healthcare debate high on the agenda in France (archive)

BRUSSELS – As the French population ages, and its health needs have to be met, new export opportunities for the Danish medtech and pharmaceutical industries will open up.

In fact, servicing French seniors could prove to be a lucrative business, says Allan Sørensen, chief economist at the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI).

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