Trade

Caught in the cross-fire: the effects of the US-China trade war on European companies

On 3rd September 2018, the European Chamber published the re­sults of a survey conducted earlier in the summer.

State of play of EU-China relations

The Trump Administration considers China a strategic competitor to confront, rather than a country with which to engage. The EU, on the contrary, refers to China as a strategic partner and, despite persistent and considerable differences in position in some areas, continues to engage.

Belt & Road Initiative: Business Opportunities and Challenges for European SMEs

The size and scope of China’s Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) warrant European companies, including SMEs, giving it a close look. In fact, according to the European Chamber’s Business Confidence Survey 2018, businesses are doing just that: more than half of respondents saw opportunities in…

Paving the Way: loan use in BRI expansion

As President Xi Jinping’s signature foreign policy, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) incorporates an ambitious array of projects with diverse political and financial risks.

A New Opportunity

Why the US-China trade war could benefit European food industries

China’s Struggles to Attract Foreign Investment

The role of navigating negative lists in China’s market

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.

From strength to strength: 40 years of EU-China trade relations

On 6th May, 2015, the European Union (EU) and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) celebrated 40 years of diplomatic relations.