A non-profit business organization supporting Danish-Chinese trade and commerce. They organize regular meetings, promote its member companies, encourage sharing knowledge among members, and provide legislative information and other matters of the Chinese and Danish governments that affects trade between the two countries. It currently has three chapters, in Beijing, Shanghai and in Xiamen. There are three-tiers of membership, each entitled various degrees of support and access, as well as some special offers, such discounted trips to Andersen Park and discounted Mandarin lessons. The Chamber traces its history back to 1931, with 12 Danish businessmen attending the first meeting. Reestablished as the Danish Business Association in 1997, it got its current name in 2000.
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