What if Scandinavia United? How Powerful Would its economy be? – TEACHER PAUL REACTS
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sweden #norway #denmark #scandinavia #finland Hi guys! Roll call! comment your country + ‘present’ today I react to: What if Scandinavia United How Powerful … .

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7 thoughts on “What if Scandinavia United? How Powerful Would its economy be? – TEACHER PAUL REACTS |DTYU7

  1. The video you reacted to is very superficial, just mentioning some basic facts about the countries without going into the differences. Can Brasil and Argentina and Chile join into a big supercountry?

    Thing like –
    EU membership: Norway is not part of it, Denmark and Sweden is.
    NATO membership: Norway and Denmark is part of it. Sweden is not.
    Currency: All have their own. But Denmark is pegged to Euro.
    Where would the capital be?
    The difference and challenges between life in Denmark is pretty different from Northern Norway.
    Culturally – Sweden is fully politically correct, Denmark is very not politically correct. Norway is in the middle.

    Taxes – Sweden and Denmark have extremely high taxes. Norway has fairly moderate taxes.
    Money – Norway has a trillion dollar sovereign wealth fund – Sweden has a large public debt.

    The current arrangement seems to work fine – so it won't change unless some massive external event caused it to be a thing.

  2. Some update on the statistics. Swedens military spending was 6.874 billion dollars in 2020 and will increase further in the future the population is also 10.23 miljon now.

  3. Historically, culturele they are conected over time , even the Kalmar Union of 1397 -1523 uniting Norway ,sweden , denmark and large parts of finland the norwegian over seas posesions Iceland , farao islands northern islands of orkneys and shetland, under one monarch .

    So make a lot of sence .

    Its like the benelux same history and culture,divided several times pulled to gether and are now a 1.5 trilion economy .

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