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AHK Greater China works to promote Sino-German business cooperation in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan more


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German Industry & Commerce Greater China

We are your partner in Greater China! With more than 250 experts in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Taipei we provide tailor-made services for your business success.view our services


ProRecognition offers free individual counseling for recognizing professional and vocational qualifications acquired in China, making it easier to work in Germany more

German Company Matchmaking

Find your ideal partner for your future China business via our online matchmaking platform  more

"Healthy China 2030" and the Reconstruction of the Medical Service System in China

Join the German Pavillon at HCDE 2017 in Hangzhou   more

Explore the individual potential for your SME in China in the aviation industry

Take part in our business development trip to Beijing, Shenzhen and Zhuhai from July 3 to 7, 2017 more

AHK Greater China - Offices

AHK Greater China, which is part of the German Chambers of Commerce Worldwide Network (AHK), represents Sino-German bilateral business interests and offers comprehensive services through its business and membership platforms. It has five main offices and eight additional offices in Greater China and Germany.


Call for Application for Hessian Export Prize 2017

If you are an international successful company from the Federal State of Hesse apply now for the Hessian Export Prize 2017. For more information in... more


DIHK-Economic-Survey February 2017: Higher exports despite political risks

(DIHK) Companies are looking forward to the 2017 business year with confidence. The expectations of businesses are brightening up again. The main... more


Business development trip July 2017: Explore the individual potential for your SME in China in the aviation industry

Take part in our business development trip to Beijing, Shenzhen and Zhuhai from July 3 to 7, 2017 to learn more about the chances and challenges of... more


Focus China – Trends and Perspectives 2017, February 22, Vienna

Alexandra Voss, Delegate and Chief Representative of the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce Beijing, will talk about trends and perspectives... more


Latest German edition of Econet Monitor (January 2017)

Looking for information on China's environmental, building and energy sector? Discover the current trends and developments in this month's edition!... more


Conference "Digitising Manufacturing in the G20", 16 – 17 March 2017, Berlin

This year Germany hosts the G20 conference and presides the G20. In this context, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi)... more

11.03.2017 - Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center

The 23rd Windoor Expo China 2017

14.03.2017 - Shanghai New International Expo Center, Shanghai, China

Laser World of Photonics China 2017

29.03.2017 - Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center

The 18th Shenzhen International Machinery Manufacturing Industry Exhibition


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