Category: Trade

European companies invited to Macau Trade and Investment Fair 2018

The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is organizing the European Pavilion at the 23rd Macau Trade and Investment Fair (MIF) 2018, to be held from 18 – 20 October. Main highlights of the MIF include exhibitions, forums and conferences, business matching opportunities, and SMEs co-operation. Past editions of the Fair brought together over…

AndersenB2B: business internationalisation game-changer for SMEs

‘AndersenB2B.com’ is a relatively new platform to which SMEs from the Nordics and other regions are invited to partake in new business generation. This opportunity also represents a new take on internationalisation, aiming at being a real game changer disrupting the status quo for international SME business opportunities. SMEs interested in more export on more…

Vietnamese partnership wins funding support at P4G competition

Vietnam Materials Marketplace is among the winners of the Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030 competition, that is partly funded by the Danish government. Vietnam Materials Marketplace is one the 11 start-up partnerships that has been granted a funding after Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030 (P4G) announced the…

Norwegian minister of foreign affairs attends ASEAN meeting in Singapore

Minister of foreign affairs of Norway, Ine Eriksen Søreide, meets with her Asian colleges at the 51st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Singapore. At the meeting, the foreign ministers of the ASEAN member states meet with foreign ministers from ASEAN’s external partners, including Norway. “The partnership with ASEAN is important…

Chinese nuclear company buys majority in Swedish wind farm

China’s CGN has bought the majority of shares in a Swedish windfarm still under construction. When finished, it will be the largest onshore farm in Europe. In the northeast of Sweden, on the western coast of the Bothnian Bay by the town Piteå, a large windfarm is under construction. Actually, it’s among the very largest…

China removes restrictions: Norwegian salmon export will triple

The fear of salmon anaemia and other variants of the virus caused China to ban certain imports of Norwegian salmon in 2015. The ban has been lifted, which may cause the export from Norway to triple in the latter part of 2018. In 2015 there was discovered traces of salmon anaemia and other variants of the virus…

The company behind illegal North Korean arms trade was a customer of Danske Bank

The biggest banking scandal in the modern history of Denmark continues to add new unexpected shades to the story. The scope of the Danske Bank money laundering scandal is greater than expected according to the Danske Bank CEO. Back in 2009, the bank was involved in a criminal case about illegal trafficking of North Korean…

Chinese popular foam toys “squishies” pose a threat to health

Found of toxic chemical substances in popular foam toys from China makes The Danish Environmental Protection Agency advise people to throw out all “squishies”. A study on 12 squishies carried out by The Danish Environmental Protection Agency showed that 12 out of 12 squishies contained toxic chemical substances (dimethylformamide). This find causes the agency to…

Finnish experts to speak at Asian Paper Bangkok

Three different experts from Finnish companies will hold presentations during the Tissue World and Asian Paper Bangkok 2018 (June 6-8, 2018). The two long-standing events have merged to offer “an exclusive and invaluable business opportunity to all regional and international industry players operating in the sector of the Pulp, Paper, Tissue, Packaging and related industries”.…