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Business opportunities for Finnish companies in the post election Myanmar

This Monday evening the first jointly organised event with Finnish Business Council in Team Finland ASEAN Spirit was held at the The Ambassador of the Republic of Finland, Paula Parviainen, residence in Singapore. The theme for the event was “Business opportunities for Finnish companies in the post election Myanmar” with the purpose of seeing the…

Joint lunch event on the global economic outlook

On 17 November DABS – Danish Business Association Singapore, Nordea Markets in Singapore and the Danish Embassy hosted a joint lunch event at Singapore Management University on the global economic outlook. The speaker of the lunch talk was Nordea Danmark Chief Economist, Helge Pedersen, who shared his insights on the future of the global economy…

Swedish Minister Kristina Persson is visiting Jakarta

On 17-19 November 2015, Swedish Minister for Strategic Development, Future Issues and Nordic Cooperation Kristina Persson will visit Jakarta to progress, deepen and strengthen the already forged relationship between Indonesia and Sweden, specifically to exchange knowledge and experiences on strategic planning, global cooperation and challenges. The Minister is leading the mission: future. With a portfolio…

Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs makes statement on Myanmar’s election

  The Danish minister for Foreign Affairs, Kristian Jensen, has congratulated Myanmar on its successful general election last week. “I would like to congratulate Aung San Suu Kyi and her party, the National League for Democracy, on what appears to be an impressive election victory. The results of the elections published so far indicate that…

Ericsson signs two deals with Indonesian telecom firms

Swedish telecommunications and services provider Ericsson has signed deals with major two Indonesian telecommunications firms to help them with their network infrastructure and roll out their 4G/LTE connections in different parts of the country. The deals were signed between Ericsson and PT XL Axiata, PT Indosat and PT Telkomsel to cover connections in Jakarta, Central Java…

Singapore is number one in health and business

Singapore has been named the world’s healthiest country, according to a list from Bloomberg Rankings, which ranks countries using data from the United Nations, the World Bank and the World Health Organisation. Singapore took the first place with an overall score of 89.45 percent, Italy ranked second healthiest with 89.07 percent and Australia came third…