On the 8th of May, a Chinese Chamber of Commerce (CCCD) finally opened in Denmark, with 16 founding members to cut the ribbon and promote trade between the two countries.
And the Chinese enterprises behind the chamber, 16 companies, has made investments in Denmark totalling to about 2 billion kroner and created over a 1.000 jobs in the process.
The chairman of the chamber is Steve Wang, who’s the CEO of Mille Food. He is confident that the CCCD will boost exports, create jobs and generate tax revenue:
“The mission is to assist Chinese companies in achieving success by providing the members with business support, policy advice, information sharing, member networking and other membership services,” Steve Wang explains in a press release.
The chamber officially opened on the 8th of May, and currently has the following members:
Bank of China (Luxembourg) SA
Huawei Technologies (Denmark)
COSCO shipping Lines (Denmark)
Air China Ltd Denmark
China Telecommunications Corporation Denmark
CRRC wind Power (Shandong) Co., Ltd Denmark
Goertek Europe (Dynaudo)
China Classification Society CPH
Envision Energy (Denmark)
Fansun Denmark R&D Center
Denmark CRRC Tangshan Locomotive& Rolling Stock service
Danish-Chinese Organic Food Center
Mingyang Wind Power EU R&D Cente