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Vietnam Danish Energy Partnership Programme

Vietnam and Denmark has agree on new Danish Energy Partnership Programme 2017-2020 (DEPP) starting a new phase for energy cooperation. The programme was approved by Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOIT) and Mr. Thomas Egebo, Danish Vice Minister of Energy, Utilities and Climate, during his visit in Vietnam (in September). The partners also discussed Vietnams…

Denmark’s PM Rasmussen visited Indonesia

On 28 November H.E. President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo welcomed the Danish Prime Minister of Denmark H.E. Lars Løkke Rasmussen at the Presidential Palace in Bogor, marking the beginning of the first ever-official visit of a Danish Prime Minister to Indonesia. After the welcoming ceremony, President Jokowi had a bilateral meeting with the PM Rasmussen to…

Lars Løkke Rasmussen opened future employment skills Insead debate

On November 30, 2017, the demands for future skills were discussed at a panel debate at INSEAD in Singapore. To officially open the debate, Danish Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, presented a short speech on the importance of inspiring each other globally and sharing experiences. The Danish Prime Minister was received with great applause at…

IME Mini MBA Workshops now on weekends

To drive success, you need to listen to your market, your people – and our people here in Singapore prefer our Mini MBA course with workshops on Saturdays! So it sounds from Asger Daugbjerg, Director at IME Singapore, which is a Danish Mini MBA course provider in Singapore. Asger Daugbjerg, Director, IME Singapore In 2018…

Danish PM looks to Singapore for inspiration regarding Denmark’s future economy

On 30 November 2017, the Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen engaged in dialogue with the Danish business community to get inputs on how Denmark can learn from Singapore when preparing the economy for the future. About 70 Danish businessmen and Danish representatives of companies in Singapore gathered at the Danish Seamen’s Church to participate…

Cleaning up the Oceans – the Thailand case

Once a year the ‘Clean Up the World Weekend’ takes place, including in Bangkok. The 2017 edition, enjoying strong Nordic participation and engagement, gathered many representatives from businesses, foreign missions, students and volunteers for a clean-up effort on and along Chao Phraya River on 16 September. Also concerning the global dimension of this crisis with…