President’s Message

Marking our 20th Anniversary

Two decades ago, I joined 50 other representatives of European companies to found the European Chamber.

Beyond ‘Tier One’

It is likely that most Europeans heard about the city of Wuhan due to its connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. To them, it is some far-off place that they will never visit, with no history before 2020.

Challenges abound for European business, making effective communication critical

The European Chamber has communicated effectively to governments in both China and Europe in the past four months, and will continue to do so.

China can learn from the European Union in achieving a circular economy

The European business community is committed to assisting China in its goal of developing a robust circular economy.

Succeeding as a Leader in China

During my 30 years of executive experience in China, I have witnessed many different leadership styles. One thing I have learned is that if executives want to succeed in China, they must learn to think differently and devote particular attention to their people. This demands…

Competitive neutrality a necessity for China’s economic future

Every year, the European Chamber produces the Position Paper; a comprehensive analysis of the current state of the main industries in China in which European business has a strong footprint.

China’s looming Corporate Social Credit System

You’d be hard pressed to find a foreign businessperson in China who is totally unaware of the ongoing development of China’s Corporate Social Credit System (SCS).