Norway-Asia Business Review
Norway-Asia Business Summit 2018 will take place in Singapore in April. We look at what is on this year’s agenda.
Where are the Women? we ask in the article series on women in leadership. We start with Vibeke Lyssand Leirvåg who leads Felicia Design, a leading Thai jewellery manufacturer.
With 10 billion people expected to populate the planet by 2050, feeding all of them is a daunting task. Yara’s digital solutions can help farms become more efficient.
Executive Director Anne-Kari Gulliksen in Thailand reflects on women in leadership.
Thousands of islands are scattered along the southern Myanmar coast. We ask if the Myeik Archipelago is ready for increased tourism.
CSR has almost become a cliché and firms are adopting a more focused policy of responsible business conduct.
H.E. Satu SuikkariKleven, Ambassador of Finland to Thailand shares the family’s decision to move to the Land of Smiles.
Demand for oil has surpassed supply for the first time in years. Analyst Torbjørn Kjus shares his thoughts with us.
Programming can be seen as a window to the modern world. We need to get children hooked on it from the earliest age.
From its roots in Bergen, vizrt has evolved into a global player helping broadcasters staying relevant.
Demonetisation is gaining traction around the world, but are we truly ready to let go of physical currency?
Every year, 8 million tonnes of plastic waste enters the oceans. What can we do to stop it?
Kristine Anvik Leach heads Jotun India and is one of the company’s first female leaders in Asia.
Norway has appointed a dedicated ambassador to ASEAN. We talk to Morten Høglund in Jakarta.
Tiqri’s Dev Day initiative attracts talent from all over the world to Sri Lanka.
It’s now or never for the much talked about Thai canal project.
Chipping employees’ might sound scary, but it is fast becoming reality.
Business & Current Affairs
Norway-Asia Business Review - 2017-10-31
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