AHK Greater China

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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 Chambers of Commerce in Mainland China and Hong Kong support 3,100 companies. Become a Member!

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

Market Exploration Tour co-financed by the BMWi

From 24th to 28th October 2016 we will conduct a business trip for a maximum of 12 German SMEs from the automation sector with focus on sensor technology to Shanghai and Guangzhou more

APK 2016 – Register Now!

Download the conference app and start planning your participation today. For more information on conference & sponsorship, click here.

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The unique new energy & energy-saving vehicle directory for German enterprises in China.  Read the Media Kit

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 seven additional offices in Greater China and Germany.

20.05.2016

Roadshow in Germany: „Electric Mobility in China – Development and Market Opportunities“

In the framework of the "EMOChina” Project, supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, German Industry and... more

18.05.2016

Euler Hermes and Coface estimate an ongoing deterioration in payment practice in China – Could German companies in China minimize their risks? (in German)

Two recent studies show that China's economic slowdown leads to worse payment practice and affects German companies in China. more

17.05.2016

Alexandra Voss interviewed by "China Business News Network” (in Chinese)

Alexandra Voss, Delegate and Chief Representative of the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce Beijing, expressed her view on the Sino-German... more

13.05.2016

AHK World Business Outlook Spring 2016

Global economy remains unstable: No real progress for the global economy in the current year. The “AHK World Business Outlook”, released by the... more

05.05.2016

Economic Data Sheet Q1 2016

GDP for Q1 2016 fall to a 7 year low at 6.7%. Download: Economic Data Sheet Q1 2016 (in German) more

05.05.2016

Latest EMOChina Newsletter now online available

The EMOChina Newsletter informs monthly about innovative products, growth opportunities and the general framework in the area of e-mobility in China.

29.05.2016 - China National Convention Center, Beijing

UrbanTec Asia @ CIFTIS 2016

14.06.2016 - Shanghai·Pudong·Shanghai New International Expo Center

Welcome to join the largest rail transit exhibition in the Asia-Pacific region!

15.06.2016 - National Convention Center, Beijing

Welcome to China’s Leading Geo-spatial Conference & Show - WGDC 2016

Services

Under the brand "DEinternational", German Industry & Commerce provides tailor-made services for the success of its clients. The entity specializes in the Chinese market and supports companies with a wide range of services, from market entry to recruitment and office representation.

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The DE Job Market is an efficient source for domestic and international talents, and the preeminent platform for professionals with a German background.

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