NEWS & EVENTS FROM NORDIC CHAMBER

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Business breakfast on Risk mitigation in contracts with international elements

Nordic Chamber of Commerce is organizing a business breakfast and a lecture with LAW FIRM BARDEK, LISAC, MUŠEC, SKOKO IN COOPERATION WITH CMS REICH-ROHRWIG HAINZCMS, a member company member of the Chamber, on Wednesday 11 October 2017.

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Business breakfast on How to engage your employees?

Nordic Chamber of Commerce organized on Thursday 25 May 2017, at Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton Zagreb, a business breakfast and lecture with SELECTIO, a member company of the Chamber.

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Business breakfast on Tax reform and real life – what is new?

Nordic Chamber of Commerce organized on Thursday 23 March 2017, at Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton Zagreb, a business breakfast with PricewaterhouseCoopers Croatia, a member company of the Chamber.

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Business breakfast on How to act during the tax audit

Nordic Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with Franco-Croatia Chamber of Commerce and Industry organized on Wednesday 2 November 2016, at Esplanade Zagreb Luxury Hotel, a business breakfast with Mazars Cinotti Croatia, member of both Chambers.

The topic was: How to act during the tax audit

During the lecture, representatives of Nordic-French-Croatian business community were informed about currently major tax matters with the focus on tax audit by Tax Authorities.

NEWS FROM NORDIC COUNTRIES

New EU climate quotas could result in fewer Danish farm animals

The Danish agriculture sector will be forced to reduce its number of cows and pigs if Denmark hopes to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to the new EU standards.

Swedish hotels cash in on business travellers

Business travellers have been flocking to city hotels in Malmö, Gothenburg and Stockholm this summer.

 

Figures from the tourist season in Norway

There has been a record high 2.45 million guest nights in June 2016 in Norwegian hotels, an increase of 3% compared with June 2015.

Income tax in Iceland lower than OECD average

Tax on labour income in Iceland is around 34%, lower than the OECD average and all other Nordic countries.