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New Business Sweden frontier SEA markets report

‘Capture the growth of the frontier SEA markets’ Swedish companies can, and should, despite expected challenges, invest in the ‘frontier Southeast Asia markets’ – Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. The business opportunities are there – especially within four sectors that Business Sweden (BuS) has pinpointed in its new ‘point of view’ report. In its report BuS’…

Alibaba seeks links with seafood in Norway

One of the key goals for the Norwegian Deputy Minister of Fisheries, Roy Angelvik, is to establish the free trade agreement between Norway and China. And this may happen at a very convenient moment, because, according to Undercurrent News Chinas largest ecommerce company, Alibaba, is looking make links with the seafood industry – something that…

Premium Finnish pork from HKScan to China

HKScan is about to launch the sale of premium-category 100% Finnish pork products to Chinese consumers. These new branded products clearly differentiate from what is currently available on the local market, offering HKScan an entirely new, significant opportunity to commercialize Finnish food chain expertise in the export arena, states its press release. HKScan signed an…

Danish badminton-star cover for Chinese seafood distributor

The Danish badminton player Mathias Christiansen can now be seen getting ready for a smash on the cover of the Chinese seafood distributor Bei Yang Jia Mei Seafood Products. Mathias Christiansen is a high-ranking double and mixed-double player, who most recently won a gold medal at the 2018 India Open tournaments with partner Christinna Pedersen.…

Norwegian company barred from exporting salmon to China

The Norwegian joint venture Ocean Quality has received a decision from Norwegian Food Safety Authority (NFSA) which bans the company from exporting salmon to China. This comes as a consequence after it  was discovered that two employees had been supplying incorrect information to the NFSA. The incorrect information claimed that the exported salmon did not…