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  • Norwegian Salmon virus: China imposes partial ban

    Starting on March 23, 2015 China has halted imports of whole salmon from northern Norway. The banned imports concern whole salmon with heads or viscera from Norway’s northern counties of Sor-Trondelag, Troms and Nordland. China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) wrote a letter to the Norwegian […]

    Norwegian Salmon virus: China imposes partial ban
  • Eager Norwegian students to career day in Singapore

    Tons of students showed up at SMU School of Accountancy in Singapore to participate in the annual career day. The event was organized by ANSA, the association of Norwegian Students Abroad in Singapore.  Thursday 25th of March ANSA Singapore hosted NLDSG2015, a business event for Norwegian students both visiting and living in Singapore. With over 300 […]

    Eager Norwegian students to career day in Singapore
  • Scandinavia to strengthen journalism in Myanmar

    Fojo, Sweden’s leading media development institute for professional journalists, has together with partners recently initiated an independent journalism institute in Myanmar, supported by the governments of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. “Capacity building of Myanmar journalists is on top of Fojo’s agenda, Swedish International project manager says. Swedish Petra Quiding has been training journalists for many years […]

    Scandinavia to strengthen journalism in Myanmar
  • Genting sells stake in Norwegian Cruise Line

    Genting Hong Kong (previously Star Cruises) has sold a 2.7 per cent stake in Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. The Leading leisure, entertainment and hospitality company receives $316.9 million by selling the shares but will only book a gain of $218.2 million from the transaction, reducing GHK’s holdings in in Norwegian […]

    Genting sells stake in Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Singapore’s founding father and first PM Lee Kuan Yew passes away

    “The Prime Minister is deeply grieved to announce the passing of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, the founding Prime Minister of Singapore. Mr Lee passed away peacefully at the Singapore General Hospital today at 3.18 am. He was 91,” said a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office in Singapore on 23 […]

    Singapore’s founding father and first PM Lee Kuan Yew passes away
  • Tickets on sale for new Stockholm – Hong Kong SAS direct route

    Sales of tickets for SAS’ new direct flight route between Stockholm and Hong Kong are open (since 29 January.) SAS will depart five times a week from Stockholm with good connections to and from Oslo and Copenhagen, commencing on 10 September 2015. The non-stop flights will be flown by SAS […]

    Tickets on sale for new Stockholm – Hong Kong SAS direct route
  • New Royal Norwegian Embassy Philippines inaugurated

    Norway’s commitment to relations and trade with the Philippines has been strengthened as the new Royal Norwegian Embassy office was officially inaugurated on 9 March 2015 in its new location at the 12th Floor of the DelRosarioLaw Centre. Ambassador Erik Førner, Deputy Director General Nils Martin Gunneng of the Norwegian […]

    New Royal Norwegian Embassy Philippines inaugurated
  • Norway MFA State Secretary on Singapore visit

    On 13 March 2015 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Singapore hosted a visit by State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Kingdom of Norway, Mr Morten Høglund. The Norwegian State Secretary called on Singapore’s Second Minister for Foreign Affairs Grace Fu. Mr Høglund congratulated Singapore on […]

    Norway MFA State Secretary on Singapore visit
  • New poll regarding double-pricing in Thailand

    Is double-pricing fair? It is perhaps the most common complaint by many foreigners living or staying in Thailand for a longer period of time calling it a racist practice. The Phuket News has now made a new poll to hear people’s opinion. Should some people pay more than others for entry to Thailand’s […]

    New poll regarding double-pricing in Thailand
  • Handelsbanken opens Representative Office in Jakarta

    The Swedish bank Handelsbanken’s new Representative Office in Jakarta was inaugurated on Mach 12 by Sweden’s Ambassador to Indonesia, Johanna Brismar Skoog. Handelsbanken is the first Scandinavian Bank to open in Indonesia, taking its worldwide network of offices to 25, more than any other Nordic bank. “We are obliged to […]

    Handelsbanken opens Representative Office in Jakarta

Category: Norway

Norwegian Salmon virus: China imposes partial ban

Norwegian Salmon virus: China imposes partial ban

Starting on March 23, 2015 China has halted imports of whole salmon from northern Norway. The banned imports concern whole salmon with heads or viscera from Norway’s northern counties of Sor-Trondelag, Troms and Nordland. China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) wrote a letter to the Norwegian […]

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Eager Norwegian students to career day in Singapore

Eager Norwegian students to career day in Singapore

Tons of students showed up at SMU School of Accountancy in Singapore to participate in the annual career day. The event was organized by ANSA, the association of Norwegian Students Abroad in Singapore.  Thursday 25th of March ANSA Singapore hosted NLDSG2015, a business event for Norwegian students both visiting and living in Singapore. With over 300 […]

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Scandinavia to strengthen journalism in Myanmar

Scandinavia to strengthen journalism in Myanmar

Fojo, Sweden’s leading media development institute for professional journalists, has together with partners recently initiated an independent journalism institute in Myanmar, supported by the governments of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. “Capacity building of Myanmar journalists is on top of Fojo’s agenda, Swedish International project manager says. Swedish Petra Quiding has been training journalists for many years […]

Read more ›
Genting sells stake in Norwegian Cruise Line

Genting sells stake in Norwegian Cruise Line

Genting Hong Kong (previously Star Cruises) has sold a 2.7 per cent stake in Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. The Leading leisure, entertainment and hospitality company receives $316.9 million by selling the shares but will only book a gain of $218.2 million from the transaction, reducing GHK’s holdings in in Norwegian […]

Read more ›
Singapore’s founding father and first PM Lee Kuan Yew passes away

Singapore’s founding father and first PM Lee Kuan Yew passes away

“The Prime Minister is deeply grieved to announce the passing of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, the founding Prime Minister of Singapore. Mr Lee passed away peacefully at the Singapore General Hospital today at 3.18 am. He was 91,” said a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office in Singapore on 23 […]

Read more ›
Tickets on sale for new Stockholm – Hong Kong SAS direct route

Tickets on sale for new Stockholm – Hong Kong SAS direct route

Sales of tickets for SAS’ new direct flight route between Stockholm and Hong Kong are open (since 29 January.) SAS will depart five times a week from Stockholm with good connections to and from Oslo and Copenhagen, commencing on 10 September 2015. The non-stop flights will be flown by SAS […]

Read more ›
New Royal Norwegian Embassy Philippines inaugurated

New Royal Norwegian Embassy Philippines inaugurated

Norway’s commitment to relations and trade with the Philippines has been strengthened as the new Royal Norwegian Embassy office was officially inaugurated on 9 March 2015 in its new location at the 12th Floor of the DelRosarioLaw Centre. Ambassador Erik Førner, Deputy Director General Nils Martin Gunneng of the Norwegian […]

Read more ›
Norway MFA State Secretary on Singapore visit

Norway MFA State Secretary on Singapore visit

On 13 March 2015 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Singapore hosted a visit by State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Kingdom of Norway, Mr Morten Høglund. The Norwegian State Secretary called on Singapore’s Second Minister for Foreign Affairs Grace Fu. Mr Høglund congratulated Singapore on […]

Read more ›
New poll regarding double-pricing in Thailand

New poll regarding double-pricing in Thailand

Is double-pricing fair? It is perhaps the most common complaint by many foreigners living or staying in Thailand for a longer period of time calling it a racist practice. The Phuket News has now made a new poll to hear people’s opinion. Should some people pay more than others for entry to Thailand’s […]

Read more ›
Handelsbanken opens Representative Office in Jakarta

Handelsbanken opens Representative Office in Jakarta

The Swedish bank Handelsbanken’s new Representative Office in Jakarta was inaugurated on Mach 12 by Sweden’s Ambassador to Indonesia, Johanna Brismar Skoog. Handelsbanken is the first Scandinavian Bank to open in Indonesia, taking its worldwide network of offices to 25, more than any other Nordic bank. “We are obliged to […]

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