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5 things China and Switzerland do differently in business
China has restarted business after 2 months’ of lockdown, continuing its role as one of the global economy’s biggest players. Several Swiss companies are already well settled in China, many others are also tempted to look for a bigger market there. In order to do that, it helps to keep in mind that the Chinese business culture is vastly different from that of Swiss. Here are 5 noticeable differences between Chinese and Swiss business etiquette.
A Black Swan and Silver Linings
Covid-19 is the “black swan” event of 2019 and 2020. There are some silver linings from China that we can be positive about.
A Chinese perception of “IOT”
World Internet of Things Convention (WIOTC) is an international organization headquartered in Beijing with branch offices in 20 countries. WIOTC defines IOT as a multi-functional network that puts all products and goods into a searchable, traceable and controllable system. It is both virtual and reality based.
Davos’ WEF annual meeting, the luminaries and their 1,500 individual private flights
On 22 January 2019, world luminaries met at Davos Switzerland for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF). The theme of the 31st meeting was the "Fourth Industrial Revolution", which included discussions on the following topics: fusion technologies, agile...
Trade war and Christmas trees
In December 2018 at the G20 summit meeting in Buenos Aires, the Chinese and the US leaders met together with their top trade officials.