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Jun 17, 2019

SCC Newsletter June 2019 Edition

In this newsletter, we are pleased to announce the newly joined member companies, Steinemann, Tschudin and PB Swiss Tools. We also warmly thank Mikron Tool and Widler & Schiemann for their renewal of the membership. The Swiss Centers development has been possible only thanks to the trust and continuous support of the member companies. In return, we continue to bring more benefits and…

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Feb 01, 2019

Swiss exports to China at record high, spurring confidence

Optimistic into the Year of the Pig: Swiss companies remain confident for the business outlook in China in the next 5 years, with a confidence index of 6.7; 76% of Swiss business leaders in China expect their companies’ sales in 2019 to be “higher” or “substantially higher” than in 2018, according to the “2019 Swiss…

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Dec 17, 2018

SCC Newsletter December 2018 Edition

In the past few months, the Swiss Centers had the pleasure of welcoming 5 new members into our cluster, namely EAO, Ceramaret, Intamin, CONDIS, Spineart. Despite the tension and uncertainty between US and China, we are glad to have been witnessing the positive development of Swiss businesses in China. The growing Chinese market with strong demand of high-end…

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Nov 23, 2018

Join the 2019 Swiss Business in China Survey

In cooperation with the CEIBS, we give a voice to senior managers and entrepreneurs of foreign and Chinese businesses in China. Your input will provide ground-level insights on the trends that drive China and benchmarks for you and your stakeholders to make the right decisions in a less predictable environment.     We kindly invite…

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Nov 16, 2018

2018 Swiss Business in China Survey

The 2018 Swiss Business in China Survey is now available in digital format. The results show that generally speaking, Swiss, international and Chinese companies are doing well in China. In fact, foreign companies continue to report fast increasing sales, despite the slowdown in China’s GDP growth. And again, over 50% of Swiss, EU and US…

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