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How Finnair CEO plans to crack the Chinese market

How Finnair CEO plans to crack the Chinese market

The shortest route from most of Europe to Asia goes right above Helsinki in Finland. Finnair has taken advantage of their location in Helsinki, where they collect people from 70 cities in Europe and fly them to 18 destinations in Asia. Unlike many other European flight companies, Finnair does not just fly to major global cities. In 1988 they had …

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New visa agreement between Indonesia and Norway

New visa agreement between Indonesia and Norway

onesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi and Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende signs the visa waiver agreement. After two years of negotiation, Indonesia and Norway signed visa waiver agreement for diplomatic and service passport on Monday 12 June 2017 in Oslo. The cooperation is a new step to strengthen bilateral relations between both countries. It was conveyed by Indonesian Foreign Minister …

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Sweden honours winners of ‘Equal families’ photo contest

Sweden honours winners of ‘Equal families’ photo contest

Nguyen Huu Thong standing next to his winner photo, "Sharing at work". Winners of the ‘Equal families in Vietnam’ photo contest were honoured at a ceremony in Hanoi on Wednesday 21 June 2017. Nguyen Huu Thong from Hanoi won the first prize with his photo ‘Sharing at work’ which features a smiling old couple working together on a farm. “The …

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Snøhetta architecture in Bangkok

Snøhetta architecture in Bangkok

Ambassador Kjetil Paulsen (second from left) with Dr. Ole Gustavsen and other contributors to the event. Dr. Ole Gustavsen, rector at the Norwegian College of Architecture, gave a lecture at the Bangkok Arts and Cultural Center about the famous Norwegian architecture company, Snøhetta. Several hundred Thai students and teacher attended the inspiring event with Dr. Ole Gustavsen on Tuesday 20 …

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Flower crowns and frog dance in Hanoi

Flower crowns and frog dance in Hanoi

The Botanical Garden was decorated in in Sweden’s national colors as Swedish midsummer was celebrated in Hanoi on Sunday 11 June 2017. People dancing around doing the classic frog dance under blue and yellow balloons, wearing colourful flower crowns, marked the beginning of summer. Pereric Högberg, Ambassador of Sweden to Vietnam attended the celebrations. Furthermore, it was attended by Swedes …

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