The World’s Largest Democracy Has Voted! What was the result and what does it mean? Every sixth person on this planet is Indian. For the past five years, they have been ruled by Narendra Modi (BJP). Against them is the latest generation of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty, trying to attract voters on a welfare policy platform.
Your input is needed: The first meeting in the dialogue forum is held in Oslo 7. June 2019. NICCI is among the organizations that are asked for input to topics to discuss in the meeting.
The Green Shift will be introduced by Michel Wolfsttirn, followed by a panel discussion by successful and environmentally friendly companies: Yara, Aker Biomarine, Statkraft, TotalCtrl and Cambi.
The AGM will be held in August in connection with our first member meeting after the summer.
Breakfast meeting in Oslo 27. March 2019. Our expert panel Guro Samuelsen, Lars Tore Flåten, Kenneth Bo Nielsen and Arild Engelsen Ruud – are all ready to get us up to speed on the most exciting issues ahead of the upcoming General Election in India.
Oslo, 14. February: 5 speakers gave us insight in their business relations with India. Our India Business Story meetings are all about sharing personal India experience and the latest Norway-India business news.
Recently more than 140 Norwegian business executives visited Delhi in connection with Prime Minister Erna Solbergs official visit. Read what Innovation Norways Director in India, Helge Tryti, says about success criteria for Norwegian companies in India.
Norwegian solutions for sustainable growth: Rundt 130 representanter fra norsk næringsliv deltar på delegasjonen i forbindelse med statsminister Erna Solbergs offisielle besøk til India januar 2019.
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg will visit India from 6.-7. January 2019. Norwegian companies are invited to join the business delegation following Solberg. See the program and register online now.
Utviklingen i India vil i stor grad påvirke hvorvidt verden når de globale bærekraftsmålene og klimamålene. Med dette som utgangspunkt ønsker Regjeringen å styrke Norges bilaterale forbindelser og økonomiske samkvem med India, sa Utenriksminister Ine Eriksen Søreide på dagens lansering av “Norge-India 2030”