Welcome back: Argentina's new sustainable economic growth
Argentina’s USD 550 billion in GDP, is one of the largest economies in Latin America. Currently, Argentina is implementing economic and political transformations to establish a sustainable economic development. The presidential elections in 2015 led to a significant change in the Argentine economic policy, and it has moved with significant speed to implement structural reforms. For example, Argentina is taking a very active role on the international stage, and will host the eleventh World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference in December 2017 and the G20 in 2018.
Two important sectors of Argentina’s trade include energy and agriculture, where Argentina enjoys vast resources and great potential. In addition, Argentina has significant opportunities within high tech industries and manufacturing subsectors. Argentina is also one of the most urbanized countries in Latin America, and is searching for urban development solutions.
At this meeting we will discuss the development of the Argentine market and the opportunities and challenges Danish companies are facing.
Michael Mol, Head of Department, Professor, Department of Strategic Management & Globalization (SMG), CBS and Kathrine Lyster-Clausen, Senior Market Advisor, Confederation of Danish Industry
How does cultural proximity influence trade: The example of Argentina-Denmark
Rajiv Maher, Extern Lector at CBS & Marie-Curie Postdoc Research Fellow, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
The Argentinian Market: what does the opening of the market mean to Danish companies
Solari Yrigoyen, Argentinian Ambassador to Denmark
Business Cases: What are the opportunities and the challenges, and how are we working to overcome the challenges
Helle Søholt, CEO and Founding Partner, Gehl Architects
Networking and celebration of Día de la Hispanidad