From 1995 to 2010, annual productivity growth in Danish retail was almost 0.5 per cent. This
is just over 1.5 percentage points below the average for the Netherlands, Sweden and Germany.
In particular, productivity development in Danish grocery retail drives this number down.
The limited growth in the 1995-2010 period follows a period from 1970 to 1995 when
productivity development in Danish retail was higher than in the comparator countries.