Jonas Boje Andersen

Danish Business Association Singapore makes valuable member Business Lectures

During this fall and after new year, DABS makes a range of Business Lectures useful for their members in Singapore.  In a language understandable for most people and engaging lectures that makes people want to participate and not just listen, Danish Business Association in Singapore (DABS) have started a new concept that aims to help…

United Plantions makes their biggest acquisition so far

The Danish plantation brothers, Bek-Nielsen, from Holstebro buys land in Malaysia to expand their Malaysian palm oil company. The DKK 640 million deal will be the company’s biggest acquisition of land to this date. If everything goes according to plan the acquisition of a neighboring plantation in Malaysia will be “our so far biggest direct…

Singaporean, Danish universities entered partnerships helped by Danish Ministry of Business

With the visit of the Danish Minister of Business, last week, new partnerships entered between Danish and Singaporean universities focusing on Clean Technology and Board Leadership. ”Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”. Looking at the encouragingly green collared signs plastered around the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, it’s obvious that sustainability is a major thing around here. When…

Danish Business Minister signed big fintech, maritime sector deals with Singapore

Bilateral partnerships signed between two countries that are much alike in many areas. Danish companies thrilled about new possibilities in Singapore. Last week, the Danish Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Rasmus Jarlov, visited Singapore, making comprehensive bilateral deals between the two countries in the maritime innovation sector and in the fintech sectors. Two…

Danish Business Minister visited Singapore

Major deals were signed when the Danish Business Minister Rasmus Jarlov visited Singapore this week on his first international visit. The prime focus was Maritime Innovation and Fintech. During the three day long visit to Singapore, Danish Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Rasmus Jarlov, and his entourage initiated three new important partnerships between Denmark…

African swine fever in China may be good for Danish pork export

Three major outbreaks of African swine fever have hit China. This can have a positive effect for Danish pork industry as this may cause a boom in export, according to experts. China’s great pig production has been hit by three outbreaks of the very contagiousness African swine fever during August. This means that China perhaps needs…

Volvo moves part of its production away from China

To avoid the increased US tariffs on goods from China, Volvo has withdrawn the production of the ‘XC60-SUV’ from China and started producing it in Sweden instead. The Swedish car manufacturer is owned by the Chinese company Geely and produces the XC60 model in Sweden when its for the European market. But outside Europe and…