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The Danish Chamber of Commerce in Hongkong’s Annual General Meeting 2010

The DCC Annual General Meeting was held at The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club on Thursday March 11, 2010.Facilitator Mr. Anders Larsen commenced the meeting at 6:30pm and steadily made sure the meeting progressed smoothly and according to the Constitution. First point of the agenda was the Chairman’s Report which of course was presented by…

Wärtsilä Selected Best Supplier in China

Wärtsilä, the marine industry’s leading ship power system integrator, has received an award for supplier excellence from CNOOC, the China National Offshore Oil Corporation. After rigorous internal evaluation by project management teams, 28 Chinese and international vendors participating in nine of CNOOC’s major projects were honoured. Wärtsilä is involved in four of these projects. This…

EXPO 2010: Danish Workshop on Architecture

During the World EXPO 2010 in Shanghai the Danish pavilion will host a 4 day workshop on architecture where companies can get inspiration and insight in the business opportunities in the Chinese market.The World EXPO 2010 in Shanghai looks like it will be the biggest EXPO ever. More than 200 countries participate and 70 million…

Åsne Seierstad in Shanghai

World known Norwegian freelance journalist and author Åsne Seierstad is currently doing a short, but intensive China tour; paying visits to Shanghai, Nanjing and Beijing. In addition to being one of the headliners at the Shanghai International Literary Festival, while staying in Shanghai she also held a press meeting at Changning Library, participated in a…

Excess Luggage Back in China

Excess Luggage is once again back in China. Excess Luggage’s 2010 China tour looks to be among the most extensive ever undertaken by a jazz band in China.  Excess Luggage is a unique Norwegian jazz trio with organ, piano and drums. They have won several Norwegian Grammy’s (Spellemannpris) for a range of different projects. In…

China to Fuel Danish Pig Sector Revival

Demand from China for more pork meat import is expected to create new growth in the Danish pig sector. Denmark is expected to benefit more from this demand than other EU countries, because Denmark exports pork directly to China.The revival of the pig sector is much needed. Last year saw EU piglet production fall to…