MARKETS IN THE SHADOW OF COVID-19: China and India
The coronavirus outbreak has jolted markets, disrupted supply chains and caused significant uncertainty for business decision makers around the world. This has also affected India, where the virus was detected 30 January 2020 and strict restrictions on inbound travel has been put in place. And of course, it has affected China, where the was first reported, but where we are beginning to see opening up, businesses starting up again and what the economy and market will look like after the coronavirus has peaked.
This webinar offers you and your company a quick overview of future perspectives of China and India in the frame of the COVID-19 pandemic, how it affects the countries, foreign investments, and also what Danish companies working in or with China and/or India should expect, both on short term and long term.
14:00 Welcome: Jens Holst-Nielsen, Market Director, The Confederation of Danish Industry
14:05 H.E. Feng Tie, Ambassador of China to Denmark
14:40 Mr. Peter Bøgh, Head of China at DI
15:10 H.E. Ajit Gupte, Ambassador of India to Denmark
15:45 Mr. Kunal Singla, Director DI India Office