Oct 08, 2021

The Swiss Centers and Swiss Wine Promotion team up to boost Swiss wines in China

October 1, 2021, a day to be remembered in the Sino-Swiss relations: signature at the Caves du Château d’Auvernier of a partnership between the Swiss Centers and Swiss Wine Promotion with the goal of promoting Swiss wines in China (better). We invite you to read the press release (with pictures) below. From the signatories’ side:…

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Sep 27, 2021

Les relations avec la Chine se compliquent pour les entreprises suisses

Un article intéressant publié par l’Agefi et rédigé par Christian Affolter, éclairé notamment par l’expertise de Nicolas Musy, co-fondateur et délégué de notre conseil d’administration et de notre CEO Zhen Xiao. Extrait :                                             …

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Sep 08, 2021

Debriefing of the webinar: China in the COVID era: what (new) risks & opportunities for Swiss companies?

An instructive webinar, organized in collaboration with the Section Romande de la Société Suisse-Chine (SRSSC), was held on September 8th on the hot topic for a part of the Swiss economy: China in the COVID era: what (new) risks & opportunities for Swiss companies? About 60 participants with various profiles joined this event: C-suite, based…

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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

Swiss exports to China continue to surpass pre-pandemic levels

Shanghai (August 23, 2021) – Swiss exports to China and Hong Kong have fully recovered from the pandemic crisis and continue to be on the rise. In the first half of 2021, Switzerland exported goods in the value of 10,1 billion Swiss francs to China including Hongkong – a growth of 24,9% compared to the…

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