Denmark ranks second on trade. This top position is mainly due to the absence of red tape in imports (where it scores the best of all the CDI countries) and limited restrictions on trade in services. Among the different sectors, it places particularly low barriers to logistics and telecom services. Furthermore, by having only limited tariffs, Denmark keeps its borders open to trade with developing countries. Denmark could do more, however, to facilitate international trade by cutting its agricultural subsidies, as they are among the highest of all the CDI countries. Subsidizing the production of its own farmers results in price and market distortions, thereby hurting producers in developing countries by limiting their access to the Danish market.