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A challenge to food safety: China’s new consumption trends

Dr Li Kai, Project Manager of Agriculture and Food, SGS China, looks at how changing trends in food consumption in China are increasing challenges to ensuring food safety.

Inside the Two Sessions: How to Enact Financial Reform while Maintaining Stability

  Although financial risk management has become more of a priority issue for the Chinese Government, the ‘stability approach’ propounded during the recent Two Sessions clearly indicates that radical reforms in the near future are improbable. Benjamin Jacobs and Yvonne Yu, APCO Worldwide, explain more below.

Drug innovation through better enforcement

      IP Protection in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Healthy, Happy People

How China’s New Food Safety Law (NFSL) impacts exporters of ‘health food’ and special foods

Drug Safety: Putting patients first

Patient safety is a serious global public health topic that sits atop the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) agenda .

Refining the environment through tax

The PRC Law on Environmental Protection Tax and Interim Provisions on the Administration of Pollutant Discharge Permits

It’s a gas: Investment opportunities in China’s industrial gas market

Due to their wide-ranging downstream applications and impact on the overall market, industrial gases have been dubbed the ‘blood’ of industry.

President’s Forward: the European Chamber on China Manufacturing 2025

Xi Jinping promised the World Economic Forum in January that China would resist the global trend toward protectionism and champion economic globalisation . While the Chinese president’s message was welcome, the reality is that Beijing has doubled down on industrial policy that might damage its own…

Are we part of the plan? China Manufacturing 2025: Putting Industrial Policy Ahead of Market Forces

On 7th March, the European Chamber released our first major publication of the year, China Manufacturing 2025: Putting Industrial Policy Ahead of Market .