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    Coping with Unprecedented Uncertainties

    We’ve all heard that a butterfly flapping its wings in one part of the world can cause a tornado many miles away.

  • 14th June 2019

    Reasons to be Cheerful

    Why the slowdown in the Chinese economy is not all bad news

  • 14th June 2019

    Shifting Focus

    Government affairs in China now means risk management as well as market access

  • 14th June 2019

    What Slowdown?

    Despite all the doom and gloom about the future of China’s economy, most international firms involved in the market remain committed to their investment. Market experts from Fiducia...

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Coping with Unprecedented Uncertainties

We’ve all heard that a butterfly flapping its wings in one part of the world can cause a tornado many miles away.

Reasons to be Cheerful

Why the slowdown in the Chinese economy is not all bad news

Shifting Focus

Government affairs in China now means risk management as well as market access

What Slowdown?

Despite all the doom and gloom about the future of China’s economy, most international firms involved in the market remain committed to their investment. Market experts from Fiducia Management Consultants explain why China’s allure isn’t disappearing, and go on to introduce the top digital ecommerce platforms…

When Slowdown Meets Tariffs

European companies in China are increasingly feeling the pinch of two converging forces: the Chinese economic slowdown and the US-China trade war.

Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

Why ‘coopetition’ will be the new norms for MNCs operating in China

Living it Large

A post-90s child’s perspective on China’s rising ‘singles economy’

Committed Yet Concerned

European business says increasing global challenges make reform an imperative

Reshaping the Discourse to Move the Needle

As I approach the 37th anniversary of my first trip to China, I am once again honoured to be entrusted to take the reins of the European Chamber presidency.

Innovation: The Key to Addressing NEV Charging Pain Points in China

China’s new energy vehicle (NEV) ownership had reached over 2.6 million (including both passenger and commercial vehicles) by the end of 2018, with a compound annual growth rate of 120 per cent over the past five years.