Food and beverages in China

What if you could reach 500 million people with your product? How would that affect your sales? China has an appetite for foreign produced food, and some products within food and beverage have less strict trade barriers than others. The Chinese food and beverage market is extremely diverse and one of the largest in the world,… Read More

Hydropower – powering a green India

Two-thirds of the Indian hydropower potential is yet to be used. There are opportunities for Norwegian companies in a wide range of areas. With the seventh largest hydropower production globally, Indian hydropower segment offers a rich hunting ground for Norwegian hydropower stakeholders. Despite a capacity of 41 GW of installed hydro projects and an additional 13… Read More

Value creation in Ocean Space – South Africa represents new opportunities for Norwegian companies

Take part in “South Africa – Norway Science Week” October 31st through November 4th in Pretoria and Cape Town to find out more about the gateway to Africa. The first South Africa – Norway Science Week aims to explore opportunities for cooperation in business, innovation and education. The ocean space and the blue economy The close relationship… Read More

Startup

Startup India!

Indian technology start-ups landscape has seen a “tremendous” growth in the emergence of innovative start-ups and creative entrepreneurs. India ranks third among global startup ecosystems according to IT industry body Nasscom. India is also one of the five largest startup communities in the world with the number of start-ups crossing 4,200. In India, three to four… Read More

The blue revolution in India

There are opportunities in the Marine Sector in India. It’s a growing industry, and there are opportunities within capture fisheries, aquaculture, fish genetics and biotechnology, harvest and post harvest, fishery engineering and education. The ‘fisheries and aquaculture sector‘ is recognized as the sunshine sector in Indian agriculture. It stimulates growth of number of subsidiary industries… Read More

China-Europe block train

En ny silkevei på skinner – utbygging av jernbanenettet og togtrafikken i Kina

Kinas økonomiske vekst er kjent, det samme er landets voldsomme satsning på infrastruktur. Omfattende utbygging av jernbanenettet og togtrafikken i Kina er derfor ikke noe nytt. Det nye er utviklingen av komplekse «direkteruter» til Europa med avstander på opptil 13.000 kilometer. Begreper som «Den nye silkeveien» er treffende. Dette vil endre handelsmønstre, åpne nye markeder… Read More

Norwegian Industry needs new markets – South Africa’s challenges may be Norway’s opportunities.

South Africa is the second largest economy in Africa, behind Nigeria. South Africa accounts for 24 percent of Africa’s GDP , and it is ranked as an upper-middle-income economy by the World Bank – one of only four such countries in Africa.  The country is rich in natural resources and is a leading producer of… Read More