Henrik Vinther

DTCC updating directory

It is time for the yearly update of the Danish-Thai Chamber of Commerce printet directory with information about the Danish business community in Thailand including DTCCs members. The directory is printet once every year with the purpose of supplying the members with an overview of the Danish businesses in Thailand. DTCC urges their members to…

Singapore in flames – Swedish metal pioneers to visit SE Asia

Since 1990 Swedish death metal pioneers In Flames has been synonymous with the Swedish metal scene. And now, 28 years later, they’re finally performing in Singapore.  One of the world’s most widely known melodic death metal-bands, the award-winning In Flames, is finally making their way to Singapore to perform at Zepp@Big Box on Friday the…

Finland, Indonesia strengthens cooperation

Finland and Indonesia has agreed to strengthen cooperation on several areas including education and renewable energy. Indonesia also criticized the EUs ban on palm oil.  On Monday the 18th of June the Finnish Minister of Foreign Affairs Timo Soini met with the Indonesian counterpart Retno Marsudi to discuss the two country’s trade and bilateral relations. “Indonesia…

Danish FM to visit China

Foreign Minister of Denmark, Anders Samuelsen, will be visiting China on the 20th to 22nd of June. He has been invited by Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi. The visit was announced by the Foreign Ministry of China’s spokesperson Geng Shuang. He said the following about the plans for Anders Samuelsen’s visit, according the…

Danfoss to opens new heating plant in China

The leading heating company of Denmark, Danfoss, has begun operation of a new plant in Anshan city in northeast China’s Liaoning Province. Danfoss has recently begun operation of a new plant in northeast China’s Liaoning Province, according to Xinhua Net. With a price of 26.54 million U.S. dollars the plant wasn’t cheap but as China is seeking greener…

Denmark, Indonesia to co-op plastic waste management

Denmark and Indonesia is sharing the best practices for handling plastic waste. “Indonesia may be inspired and adopt a number of best practices for waste management,” the Danish Ambassador said.Indonesia ranks as the second worst country in the world when it comes to managing plastic waste, only overtaken by China. And it shows. Beaches filled…