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Aug 26, 2021

La folle épopée chinoise des artisans suisses

Williamine, tisanes et absinthe en Chine? C’est le pari fou de Morand et de Kübler en novembre à Shanghai. Click here to read more in French. by Siméon Calame and published on gaultmillau.ch on August 24th, 2021 Three hundred and sixty thousand square meters of exhibition space, 3,800 companies from 181 countries, some 70 billion…

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Aug 23, 2021

L’industrie suisse face au défi de l’évolution du marché chinois

“Swissmem, l’association faîtière des PME et des grandes entreprises de l’industrie suisse des machines, des équipements électriques et des métaux (industrie MEM), a récemment choisi de prendre position sur le futur des relations Suisse-Chine. Les enjeux? La Suisse comme ses entreprises doivent demeurer incontournables, grâce à une diplomatie adaptée et à l’excellence de produits de…

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Aug 23, 2021

La Distillerie Louis Morand à la conquête du marché chinois

“Ses ventes à l’étranger en berne, la distillerie valaisanne veut tâter de nouveaux débouchés, et s’apprête à participer à la plus grande foire d’import de Chine.” Click here to know more about the article in French. By Pascal Guex and published on August 23, 2021 in Le Nouvelliste With its foreign sales at half-mast, the Distillerie…

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Aug 16, 2021

China’s economic recovery remains unbalanced - KUM-Magazin Nr.7/8 Juli/August 2021

While the industrial production drives China’s recovery and the purchase of luxury goods is booming, the general consumption expenses are increasing significantly slower than expected. However, China (including Hongkong) remains Switzerland’s third largest export market with an export volume of 6.8 billion Swiss Francs from January to April 2021. by Nicolas Musy Click here to…

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Jun 07, 2021

Swiss exports to China surge as China’s economic recovery remains unbalanced

– From January to April 2021, Switzerland exported goods in the value of 6.8 billion Swiss francs to China including Hong Kong – a plus of 26.6% year-on-year, and a plus of 14.9% when compared to the same period in 2019. – China’s economy is growing, but the recovery from the Covid crisis is unbalanced….

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