Norwegian Business Opportunities in China

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Norwegian Business Opportunities in China
Introduction
According to a 2008 study conducted by the World Wildlife Fund (“WWF”), China represents a tremendous market opportunity for environmentally-friendly (“green”) businesses and technologies. According to the report,
Faced with environmental challenges and restricted resource availability, China is now engaged in taking another leap in order to ensure its continued development, this time towards a more energy-efficient, low-carbon and “circular” economy…. A crisis – whether climatic or financial – implies opportunities; to rethink current modus operandi and take new steps to ensure a safe and prosperous future. An innovative, strong, global Clean Tech sector has the potential to ensure...
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