A new revision of IFU’s mandate, expected to be approved shortly, will allow IFU to expand its investments in Malaysia, offering new exciting possibilities for Danish companies in Malaysia and the region.
Following the terrorist incident in Copenhagen 14-15 February, the following statements have been issued the Prime Minister and Her Majesty The Queen.
Copenhagen’s achievement in developing and implementing sustainable urban solutions has been internationally acclaimed. Copenhagen is on its way to become carbon neutral by 2025 which will be achieved by integrating green technological solutions and developing sustainable urban planning. The exhibition, ‘Copenhagen Solutions’, is a unique opportunity for foreign decision makers to be inspired by city's green transition ranking Copenhagen as one of the most sustainable and liveable cities in the world.
Imports from Malaysia continued to grow steadily while export of Danish products dropped
The first Human Development Report for Malaysia has been released with the title and focus of “Redesigning an Inclusive Future”.
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Dato' Hamzah Zainudin will be participating in the High Level Partnership Forum on Somalia in Copenhagen on 19 – 20 November 2014, chaired by Somalia and co-chaired by United Nations with the objective to promote the vision of a sovereign, secure, democratic, united and federal Somalia.
Novo Nordisk marks World Diabetes Day by creating a Diabetes Village and turning the Petronas twin towers blue, highlighting the importance of fighting one of the most rapid growing health problems in Malaysia.
The companies gained insight into one of the most interesting growth markets in South East Asia
The new Doing Business report for 2015 has just been published. Denmark maintains its position among the top, while Malaysia due to a change in methodology drops from rank six to 18 in the World Bank report, which covers 189 economies.
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.