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A Catalyst for Innovation in China and the World

The future of EU companies in the Chinese fintech environment

Building a robust compliance programme in China’s pharma industry

In China, most multinational companies (MNCs) in the pharmaceutical industry have established compliance departments, with dedicated full-time compliance professionals.

Goodbye to all that—60 minutes with former Chamber President Jörg Wuttke

Jörg Wuttke has just stepped down as President of the European Chamber, after serving a second, prolific three-year term.

The European Chamber’s 3rd CSR Awards

On 25th November, 2016, the European Chamber Nanjing Chapter hosted its 3rd CSR Awards, gathering prominent leaders and CSR practitioners from all over China.

Industry 4.0: Business without people?

The utopian vision of Industry 4.0 inspires as much trepidation as it does promise for business.

What difference does a year make? China’s Environmental Protection Law one year on

A year after it came into effect Li Huini, Partner at Adamas, looks at the effect that China’s revised Environmental Protection Law (EPL) has had.

Balancing Reform and Growth: China’s 13th Five-Year Plan

At the recent Fifth Plenum China’s leadership rolled out its proposal for the 13th Five-Year Plan

A question of language: China’s need for multilingual international schools

Since China’s second stage of opening-up took effect in the 1990s, the number of international schools for foreign students in China’s first- and second-tier cities has grown rapidly.

Why systemic approaches are better

In the European Chamber’s Executive Position Paper 2013/2014, we made three main recommendations to the Chinese Government. One of these was to adopt a more systemic approach to overcoming challenges and problem solving, but what exactly does this mean? Mats Harborn, Vice President of the…