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Danish-Chinese Business Forum's Annual Meeting 2016

Danish-Chinese Business Forum’s Annual Meeting of 2017 took place on the 29th of March at Vestas’ headquarters in Copenhagen Towers. The day highlighted the Danish business potential within the green economy and China’s transition into becoming a global leader on the green agenda.

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Maintaining Authority Compliance in Your Chinese Subsidiaries: - A Guide to Meeting The Challenge

In recent months many foreign companies have experienced an increased scrutiny of their subsidiaries in China. This coincides with the recent years of slowdown in the Chinese economy in general. In the absence of a systematic method of securing authority compliance, a company runs the risks of being exposed to high fines and loss of production time. In some instances where the infraction may be deemed extreme it may lead to the detention of the legal representative.

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IT and Cyber Security: A Top Management Priority

Businesses spend billions of Danish kroner each year to protect digital assets and prevent confidential information from being disclosed to the public. Nevertheless, security breaches with the potential to seriously threaten businesses are becoming more and more frequent. Business owners should therefore adopt a strategic approach to IT and cyber security, one that meets future legal requirements and actively involves management.

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Cybersikkerhed - Topledelsens ansvar

On the 18th of January, Danish-Chinese Business Forum held a Member Meeting with the topic of Cybersecurity and how the Boards are responsible for the implementation. The event was partnered with and hosted by Bestyrelsesforeningen at their Headquarters in Copenhagen. (in Danish)

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Economic & Political Update 2017

On the 12th of January, Danish-Chinese Business Forum held a Member Meeting looking closer into the economic and political forecasts for 2017. The event was kindly hosted by Danske Bank at their Headquarters in Copenhagen.

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