NEWS & EVENTS FROM NORDIC CHAMBER

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Business breakfast on Key performance indicators of Croatian economy

Nordic Chamber of Commerce organized on Tuesday 10 June 2014, at hotel DoubleTree by Hilton Zagreb, a business breakfast with Bisnode, member of the Nordic Chamber of Commerce.

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Business breakfast/lunch on The best practice of successful management

Nordic Chamber of Commerce organized on Wednesday 21 May 2014,  at restaurant Les Ponts a business breakfast/lunch with its member company, DNV GL.

The topic was: The best practice of successful management.

The presentation focused on latest trends and the best practice of successful management that take into account different risks in order to achieve sustainable growth.

During the presentation the following questions were discussed and answered:

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Business breakfast on Creating competitive advantage through people

Nordic Chamber of Commerce organized on Tuesday 22 April 2014, 09:00 am at Esplanade Zagreb Luxury Hotel a business breakfast with its member company, SELECTIO Kadrovi.

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Nordic Chamber of Commerce supported event

A presentation of investment projects and the potential of the Split and Dalmatia County was held on 10 April 2014 in County Chamber Split (CC Split) for more than 20 representatives of foreign Embassies and Consulates in Croatia, members of the Club of Economic Advisors of...

NEWS FROM NORDIC COUNTRIES

Risk in removing Iceland’s capital controls

Capital controls introduced in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis are becoming increasingly difficult remove due to the swelling amount of money held offshore, says an Insurance executive.

New oil discovery in the North Sea

Lundin Norge AS has announced the discovery of an oil discovery south of the Edvard Grieg field in the North Sea, after concluding the drilling of wildcat well 16/4-6 S.

SEB: Nordic Outlook: Fight against economic slowdown escalates

The growth rate in the world economy is accelerating, but activity is still divergent and anaemic.

Once outsourced, production rarely returns to Denmark

Denmark’s European neighbours can produce at a quality equal to the Danes, but at a lower production cost