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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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Nov 03, 2020

Economic recovery & CIIE: Swiss companies in China feel the upturn

–          As China announced a 4.9% year-on-year growth of its economy in the third quarter 2020, UBS and the International Monetary Fund respectively expect a Chinese GDP growth of 7.5% and 8.2% in 2021. –          Swiss enterprises on the ground report a return to normal and a growing market demand. “For our member companies, the…

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Oct 20, 2020

Swiss Centers China: 20 years of supporting Swiss companies in China

‐ The Swiss Centers Foundation celebrated its 20-year anniversary with an event on October 16 in Neuchatel. Over twenty years, Swiss Centers has served more than 350 companies in China. ‐ Jean-Jacques de Dardel, the former Swiss Ambassador to China, takes up the Presidency of the Swiss Centers Foundation from 2020. The newly established Swiss…

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Sep 24, 2020

Chinas Wirtschaft im Zeichen von Corona - KMU-Magazin Nr. 9, September 2020

von Nicolas Musy China sieht sich mit der ersten Rezession seit dem Beginn der Öffnung des Landes vor 40 Jahren konfrontiert. Für 2020 wurde erstmals kein Wachstumsziel festgelegt. Statt dessen wird die Schaffung von Arbeitsplätzen priorisiert. Was bedeutet das für die Geschäfts­ chancen von internationalen Firmen in China? Download the complete press release in  German.  …

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