The Global Green Growth Forum (3GF) is taking place for the fourth time in Copenhagen on 20-21 October. The focus is on how to grow the global economy and go green at the same time, while addressing the fundamental questions of “How will we live our lives, Where will we live and What will we live from?”. Questions that are as relevant in Denmark as they are in Mexico, Kenya and Malaysia.
Malaysia has reconfirmed its commitment from Copenhagen to reduce CO2 emissions and now push for greater global ambitions.
Welcome to Nina Hvid Talvela, who has today joined the Embassy as Minister Counsellor for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries. A new position established at the Embassy to liaise with the Malaysian authorities and advise Danish companies on trade and investment.
The annual Global Competitiveness Report, which has just been published by World Economic Forum, puts both countries among top 20 for the first time.
Department of Statistic Malaysia has published key economic figures for the second quarter of 2014, revealing a 6.4% per cent growth in the second quarter of the year.
The business magazine of the EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EUMCCI) focus on Denmark in its August issue.
After 12 years absence, Denmark will by 1 August 2014 again have an embassy in the Philippines. While the staff of the new embassy in Manila will initially be working out of the current offices of the Consulate General, they will by 1 August resume responsibilities from the Embassy in Kuala Lumpur for Denmark’s official relations with the Philippines.
Overall human development levels continue to rise across the world. Norway retains its place as the world’s most developed nation.
Together with the Secretary-General of ASEAN, the Foreign Ministers of the 10 Member States of ASEAN was in Brussels on 23 July to meet their European counterparts: the EU Commission and the Foreign Ministers of the 28 Member States.