Switzerland and China have a long-standing bilateral relationship and strong economic ties. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted many channels of communication. As the world is slowly recovering from the pandemic, Swiss government officials and businesspeople are now re-connecting with their Chinese counterparts and re-shaping their relationships. What are the main challenges in the process?
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1. Swiss Ambassador Briefing
2.Lars Eckerlein Vice-President of ABB Briefing
3.Chen Xiaojing Vice-President of Novartis Briefing
Juerg Burri, Swiss Ambassador
Lars Eckerlein, Vice-President of ABB
Chen Xiaojing, Vice-President of Novartis
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