Government Affairs

Consolidating your position

The launch of the Chamber’s Position Paper 2016/2017

The 11th EU-China Business Summit

The 11th EU-China Business Summit took place on 13th July, 2016, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

The EU-China Legal Affairs Dialogue

Vĕra Jourová, European Union (EU) Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Equality, will launch the EU-China Legal Affairs Dialogue on 20th June.

Chamber lobby success paves the way for new industry desk

The European Chamber is planning to create a new industry desk focussed on advocating for the fashion and leather industry.

European Business in China Business Confidence Survey 2016

The purpose of the European Chamber’s European Business in China Business Confidence Survey is to take an annual snapshot of European companies’ successes and challenges in China.

Reorganising the European Chamber’s working groups

European Chamber Vice President Bertrand de la Noue explains why the Executive Committee took the important decision to reorganise the Chamber’s working groups and how this will improve member interaction with Chinese authorities while ensuring that our messaging is more consistent.

Who’s in charge? Chamber election results 2016

  Executive Committee The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China is pleased to announce that member company representatives confirmed Jörg Wuttke as president, during the European Chamber’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 27th April.

Xi’s Master Five-Year Plan: adjusting to the ‘new normal’ for foreign investors

On the last day of the annual Lianghui (two sessions), China’s NPC delegates almost unanimously approved the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020).

Overcapacity in China: An Impediment to the Party’s Reform Agenda

On 22nd February, 2016, the European Chamber of Commerce in China released its second major study on overcapacity in China’s industrial economy.

Come Together: areas for future EU-China cooperation through smart manufacturing

On 19th May, 2015, China’s State Council unveiled their China Manufacturing 2025 strategy, also known as Made in China 2025 or the ‘fourth Industrial Revolution’.