For the second year in a row Denmark is ranked the least corrupt country in the world by Transparency International. Malaysia remain in the 50’s as it moved down 4 places and is now ranked 54.
According to information made available to the Danish Embassy, it is recommended to avoid the rally on 23 January 2016 in and around Dataran Merdeka (Merdeka Square).
Danish import from Malaysia saw a slight decline after last quarter’s rise. Exports rose slightly due to an increase in chemical elements.
In an op-ed in the Danish daily "Berlingske Tidende" the Danish ambassadors to Malaysia and to Indonesia suggest that Denmark keep an eye on the 10 member strong regional Association of Southeast-Asia Nations (ASEAN).
Statement by Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen and Foreign Affairs Kristian Jensen concerning the terrorist attack in Paris
A delegation from Melaka and the Malaysian Industry Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT) is in Copenhagen this week to study waste-management and smart city solutions.
Denmark was recently ranked no. 1 in Europe in the World Bank’s Doing Business report and now takes a top position in the annual Legatum Prosperity Index. Malaysia is ranked 44th in the Index, which is the best ranking of any country in Southeast-Asia, after Singapore.
The World Bank's Doing Business Report 2016 place Denmark in top 3 in the world and best in Europe, and consolidates Malaysia as a top 20 country in its “ease of doing business" index.
CEO of the Danish Agriculture & Food Council and former minister, Ms. Karen Hækkerup, is visiting Malaysia 19-21 October to enhance bilateral trade and facilitate access to the Malaysian market of Danish food and agro-tech companies through closer cooperation between Danish and Malaysian companies and public authorities.
The Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016 by the World Economic Forum shows a slight improvement for both Malaysia and Denmark to a ranking of number 18 and 12, respectively.