The quarterly Danish Business Outlook on China (DBOC) has been released for Q4, 2022.
In Q4, 2022, the overall short-term outlook of Danish companies is once again negative, for the sixth consecutive time. However, the majority of respondents indicate optimism for 2023 as the national Covid policies are changing.
Introducing the Greener Together: China-Nordic Dialogue on Carbon Neutrality webinar series organised by the Danish Chamber of Commerce in China, the Norwegian Business Association China and FinnCham in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong, and supported by Danish-Chinese Business Forum.
On November 14th 2022 Danish-Chinese Business Forum in collaboration with Bestyrelsesforeningen (Board Leadership Society of Denmark), successfully held the conference ‘Board Leadership in a New World Order’.
The conference provided valuable insights and perspectives for Boards and top managements on how to rebalance China Strategy in an increasingly volatile geopolitical world.
The quarterly Danish Business Outlook on China (DBOC) has been released for Q3, 2022.
In Q3, 2022, the overall short-term outlook of Danish companies has slightly improved compared to the previous quarters. The majority of respondents still indicate a deterioration in the short-term outlook of the Danish business community regarding China.
On October 16th, 2022, the 20th National Party Congress of the Chinese Communist Party was kicked off. In relation to the Party Congress, Hans Henrik Pontoppidan, Secretary General of DCBF, was invited to participate in the radio programme ”Verden kalder” at R4dio to discuss whether Denmark should “close the door” to China or not.