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Mar 20, 2017

Foundation Swiss Centers enters into strategic partnership to establish zero-energy Swiss House in Beijing

On March 13th, a new chapter of Sino-Swiss cooperation was ushered in with the signing of a strategic partnership between the Foundation Swiss Centers and Beijing INNO-Olympic Group. The new partnership aims to create opportunity for growth through the Swiss House Beijing, a center of Swiss innovation in China. In April of 2016, Chinese President…

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Feb 22, 2017

How can your company benefit from the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone?

In 2016, the Waigaoqiao Pilot Free Trade Zone (PFTZ) was nominated by the Financial Times as the best free trade zone in Asia, and the runner-up best zone worldwide. Big name investors have flocked to the zone to establish their presence – Total, Panasonic, HP, Swatch Group, to name but a few. With proximity to…

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Feb 06, 2017

Pharma strong, watches weak: Swiss exports to China remain on high level

Shanghai (31 January 2017)  Swiss exports to China (including Hong Kong) remain on a high level: According to recent figures of the Swiss Federal Customs Administration, Switzerland exported goods in the value of 14.69 billion Swiss Francs to the Middle Kingdom in 2016. This number is almost identical with the exports achieved a year earlier,…

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Feb 06, 2017

Job offer: Accountant / Admin Assistant at Swiss Center Tianjin

Swiss Center Tianjin is looking for an Accountant / Admin Assistant at its new Tianjin Dongli office. Candidates with a university degree in finance-related fields are encouraged to apply. For detailed requirements, please download the job description. Full time position Office located in Tianjin, district of Dongli Starting from March 1st, 2017 Kindly send applications…

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Jan 13, 2017

Year of the Rooster: Soaring confidence of Swiss managers in China

Shanghai (12 January 2017) – Swiss managers in the Far East are coming into the Chinese Year of the Rooster with optimism. 68% of Swiss business leaders in China expect “higher” or “substantially higher” sales in 2017 compared to 2016, while only 1% expects lower sales. A year ago, 58% expected higher sales while 7%…

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