Tag Archives: R&D

R&D in China: Racing Forward but with Hurdles Ahead

President’s Forward for Research and Development in China

A New Intersection in R&D

The integration of bioscience and biotechnology

The Reality of AI

A great necessity and complexity for businesses

Understanding Chinese R&D Ownership

Important considerations for IP in China

SMEs in China: New Opportunities and Old Challenges

The European Chamber has long advocated for the interests of European SMEs in China. In the EU they are important sources of employment – over the past five years, SMEs have created around 85 per cent of new jobs and provided two-thirds of total private…

The pitfalls of employee-created IP

Preventing unnecessary losses from R&D activities in China

Keep it simple, stupid: how the digital revolution will redefine business

What’s the biggest impediment to business these days? Lack of capital? Skill shortages? Overcapacity? Regulation?

350 years of innovation: the secret of Merck’s success

Innovation and entrepreneurship have become the key driving forces of China’s supply-side reform.

The Executive Interview: Clas Neumann

Clas Neumann has been involved in SAP’s China business since 1995, when SAP created their first subsidiary in Beijing, a 100 per cent owned branch of SAP AG in Germany located within Tsinghua University’s campus.