Jörg Wuttke has just stepped down as President of the European Chamber, after serving a second, prolific three-year term.
Alongside the rapid growth of China’s e-commerce market, Chinese consumers are becoming more sophisticated and have increasingly higher expectations of product safety
China’s vast F&B market is hugely attractive to foreign exporters. However, before they consider dipping their toes in the water they must ensure their IP is fully protected.
The European Chamber has long been established as an influential institution that makes a real difference in improving the business climate for European companies in China. I was therefore honoured and humbled when the members of the Chamber elected me as the new president on…
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.
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.