How Chinese car producers are selling cars with antivirus features to combat Covid-19 and the business case for them.
How Heilongjiang Province in China aims to become a major force in the CBD industry.
Has China’s Anta got what it takes to become a global sports brand?
The state of the Chinese CBD industry in light of the inaugural meeting of the China Hemp Association.
How TikTok has attracted the world and is this the start of the rise of global Chinese apps?
The battle between Starbucks and Luckin Coffee for China’s rapidly growing coffee market.
How China’s subway lines are changing urban mobility and society.
German carmaker BMW is sticking to plans to make China an export platform for its new electric models, despite uncertainty about tariffs and the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing.
Ordering takeout has revolutionized China’s dining scene, but what is the real price of food deliveries and can it last?
China’s millennials are key to the future of fashion, and they are demanding designs that resonate with their heritage.
Article about data theft in China and the new data regulations similar to GDPR. What is the purpose of them and will they be effective?
Article about why China is leading the world with sales of electric cars.
How small boutique hotels aim to compete with large hotels for MICE business.
Article introducing Nanjing as a new destination for Finnair Cargo.
With a production licence and its own factory, Yudo Auto stands out from most of China’s electric-vehicle makers.
Shaun Rein’s third China book distils complicated ideas for easy reading with dialogues and case studies in each chapter, but he only quotes privileged and top-tier individuals and the book suffers from bad editing
Although implementation problems still remain with the Sino-Swiss Free Trade Agreement, Swiss and Chinese companies are increasingly taking advantage of it, and trade between the two countries is flourishing.
A Q&A article with 4 Swiss companies in the food and drinks industry operating in China.
Cover story about the launch of Polestar as a standalone brand and the unveiling of the Polestar 1 car.
Q&A interview with the CEO of Sinodis a food distribution company in China which imports European foods.
Article aimed at Swiss companies in China about China’s IP regulations and how to safeguard IP in China.
The Bridge speaks to Felix Addor, IPI’s Deputy Director General and Head of the Delegation of Switzerland on the bilateral dialogue with China on all issues relating to intellectual property.
Article looking at how easy it is for Swiss particularly SMEs to invest in China.
Directly selling to Chinese customers can be a big investment for Swiss companies, but it is getting easier. The Bridge speaks to Alfonso Troisi, Country Manager of Nespresso, about its experience of bringing premium coffee to Chinese consumers.
Eugene Qian, Chairman of UBS China Strategy Board, talks to The Bridge about the bank’s success in China, its services, and the trade relationship between Switzerland and the mainland.
How Chinese buyers of electric cars face problems finding places to charge and then pay for charging.
How big business is looking to get into the growing Chinese craft beer market following AB InBev’s purchase of Boxing Cat.
Japanese carmaker Infiniti confirms commitment to mainland market at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show. Interview with Infiniti CEO Roland Krueger.
Article looking at whether China is still an attractive manufacturing base for Swiss companies due to increasing costs particularly labour.
Interview with the GM of Roche Pharmaceuticals China about the general market for drugs in China and what Roche is doing.
Interview with Jan Kreibaum, Region Head for Greater China and Korea, of Clariant Chemicals about his twelve years experience of manufacturing in China.
How XCMG has invested in large factories to gain dominance in the heavy equipment market.
Article looking at what can and needs to be done to make MG successful not just in the UK but China as well. A follow up article to a previous one I wrote on why MG had failed in the UK under SAIC ownership.
Swiss companies in both B2B and B2C sectors have much to gain from China’s large and fast growing e-commerce sector.
Pauline Houl, Chairwoman, of Club Elysée on how it managed to conquer the Middle Kingdom e-tailer market.
Secure payments are one of the most important elements of implementing successful e-commerce. Tong Li, founder and
CEO of Yoopay, China’ s leading event management e-commerce website, talks to The Bridge about how the online payment sector is developing in China.
Article analysing why MG has done so badly in the UK market. Perhaps it is all down to the curse of MG Rover?
Swiss SMEs are so far seeing little benefit from the Sino Swiss Free Trade Agreement two years on from implementation.
Interview with David Braun, Head of Economic, Financial and Commercial Section of the Swiss Embassy in the People’s Republic of China about the free trade agreement.
Interview with Roger Bitterlin, General Manager of PLASTON China about the Boneco range of air purifiers.
Article on how Chinese electric car sales are largely fed by government subsidies
Article looking at Chinese involvement in motor sport and in particular what is holding it back from gaining popularity.
Co-written article about the effect of the Volkswagen emission scandal on the company’s largest market China.
Article about how Chinese manufacturers are upping their game with a new more for less strategy and a test drive of the Geely GC9
A look at what telematics are and how the market for them in China is growing at a reportedly huge rate.
The Zhengzhou ModelBy Mark AndrewsNikkei Asian Review. 28/07/2015Chinese cities look to airports for growthChances are that shiny new iPhone 6 was made in Zhengzhou – a city few people outside China have heard of. Yet this city of around 5 million is home to China’s...
A look at how Chinese tastes are dictating the design of luxury vehicles around the world and particularly when it comes to comfort in the back.
Article looking at how Swiss companies are innovating as part of their operations in China and whether there is a learning process.