State Secretary for Trade leads first Swedish Business Delegation to Bangladesh

The first ever Swedish Business Delegation headed by Mr Gunnar Oom, State Secretary to the Swedish Minister for Trade Dr. Ewa Björling, visited Bangladesh from 24-26 February to explore business opportunities. The Embassy of Sweden in Dhaka and Business Sweden organized the opening ceremony of Swedish Business Delegation on Feb 25 at Hotel Westin. The…

Ardent Dialogue on Business Transparency at NCCI Annual Members’ Night; Honorary Membership Conferred

The Nordic Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) and the Royal Norwegian Embassy jointly organized “NCCI Annual Members’ Night” on Monday, December 03, at GP House, Bashundhara, Dhaka. Each year the Chamber organizes the annual get-together of Nordic business leaders to celebrate its accomplishments for the year. The program featured a special panel debate, honorary…

NCCI & Royal Norwegian Embassy Advocates Transparent Business Practices

Organizations face many complex challenges that affect their ability to succeed in highly competitive markets. When dealing with these challenges in their day to day activities, businesses often come across practices that are not seen as ethical from their compliance perspectives. The Nordic Chamber and the Royal Norwegian Embassy organized a workshop on “Challenges &…

Seminar on Investment & Business Opportunities in Bangladesh

The Board of Investment of Bangladesh (BoI) in cooperation with Swedish Trade Council (STC), Sweden Bangladesh Business Council (SBBC) and Invest in Skåne is organizing a seminar on ‘Investment & Business Opportunities in Bangladesh’ on 17 October 2012 at World Trade Center, Malmö. The second seminar will take place on 18 October 2012 at Stockholm- Svensk…

Norway’s Trade Policy in the WTO

The World Trade Organization (WTO) carries out regular reviews of member countries’ trade policies. This week the focus is on Norway. Norway has received close to 300 written comments and specific questions from other WTO member countries. “Transparency is essential for ensuring greater predictability for all those involved in trade and economic activity across national…

Nordic Agriculture, Aquaculture and Food Tech Delegation 2012

A joint delegation of nine Danish and two Norwegian companies visited Bangladesh from September 9-12 in search of Bangladeshi partners within the agriculture, food and fish processing sector. 65 Bangladeshi companies attended the business matchmaking event at Hotel Westin in Dhaka, meeting with the Danish and Norwegian companies for the establishment of new business partnerships…