Business & Trade

Swiss Organizations

National Level 
State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO
The SECO is the Confederation's competence centre for all core issues relating to economic policy.
Switzerland Global Enterprise
Switzerland Global Enterprise is the official promoter of Swiss foreign trade and is represented in China by the Swiss Business Hubs. They provide information to foreign companies interested in establishing business relations with Switzerland and to Swiss companies looking for business opportunities abroad. The Swiss Business Hub China has offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong.

Regional Level
Trade Office of Swiss Industries in Taipei (TOSI) 
Swiss interests in Taiwan are represented by a private organization, The Trade Office of Swiss Industries (TOSI) operated by the Swiss Taiwan Trading Group (STTG) in Zurich.
Swiss Center Shanghai (SCS)
Swiss Center Shanghai offers a unique platform to facilitate your entry onto the Chinese and Asian markets and support your operations to ensure success.
 
Chinese Organizations

National Level 
Business in China
Official portal of the Chinese government for business in China.
China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT)
The CCPIT comprises VIPS, enterprises and organizations representing the economic and trade sectors in China. It is the most important and the largest institution for the promotion of foreign trade in China. 
Chinese Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investments (CAEFI)
CAEFI is a nationwide non-profit social entity reporting to the Ministry of Commerce which provides services to its members and other investors, and guides them in their daily business.
China Customs
China Customs is a government agency that supervises and manages all arrivals in and departures from the Customs territory of the People's Republic of China.

Regional Level 
Invest Beijing
Invest Beijing International (IBI) is a municipal government-backed investment and business consultation service platform that promotes the many advantages of Beijing as a base to locate a business, and assists overseas enterprises establish and develop their presence in the capital city.
Commerce and Economic Development Bureau of Hong Kong