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Chinese investors choose Denmark as hub to expand European operations

(Xinhua)

09:24, January 06, 2012

COPENHAGEN, Jan. 5 (Xinhua) -- A group of top Chinese investors has picked Denmark as one of three European countries from which to expand their European operations, Denmark's Foreign Ministry said in an official statement Thursday.

The decision to open joint headquarters in Denmark follows a working visit to European countries in December 2011, by some 25 Chinese investors. They represented up to 500 Chinese companies who are members of the Aigo Entrepreneur Alliance (AEA) in China.

"Denmark's strong focus on design and innovation enables Chinese brands to learn from and collaborate with Danish companies in order to become successful in the rest of Europe," said Feng Jun, who is initiator of AEA, and Chairman of consumer electronics group Aigo.

"Denmark also provides good opportunities for partnerships with universities and design institutions in order to further develop our brands," he added in the statement.

The AEA aims to promote privately-owned Chinese brands globally, and its members include leading companies within industries such as electronics, maritime, real estate and clothing.

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