Denmark elects first female prime minister
Added: Friday 16 September 2011
Denmark has elected its first ever female prime minister. Social Democrat leader Helle Thorning-Schmidt won by a narrow majority and promises to increase public spending to help the national economy. Denmark currently spends around 8.3% of GDP on the public health sector. Healthcare expenditure has been expanding faster than GDP for some time and is expected to continue growing.
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