Novo Nordisk chair believes in globalization despite international tensions

Helge Lund, chair of Novo Nordisk’s board of directors, says that although globalization has taken blows, the end goal is still mutually beneficial international trade. Among other tasks, large firms must now also secure supply chains to an extent not seen before.

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The chair of Novo Nordisk’s board of directors, Helge Lund, shares his thoughts at the company’s annual general meeting, mentioning that it has never been as demanding to run a large business as it is today, as reported by Danish business daily Børsen.

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