2nd Report on Danish companies’ activities in China out now
’The activities of Danish companies in China, although encountering hurdles and challenges in the local business environment, continue to play a significant role for the Danish business community and their global competitiveness,’ writes Thomas Østrup Møller, Ambassador of Denmark to China in the preface to the report.
The findings are based on the survey responses from 72 corporate members of the Danish Chamber of Commerce in China and Danish Chinese Business Forum in November/December 2021. The purpose of the bi-annual survey is to create an overview of Danish companies’ activities in China, the opportunities, and challenges they face, as well as how the companies see the outlook for their operations in China.
Among the key takeaways is that 83 pct. of the respondents believed that their activities in China were crucial for their company’s overall (global) performance.
The report is published by the Danish Chamber of Commerce in China (DCCC), the Danish-Chinese Business Forum (DCBF), the Sino-Danish Center for Education and research (SDC) and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark. As an academic partner in the project, SDC contributes to the survey design and analysis of the results.
Here you can find an article about the collaboration on the survey on the SDC website.