SMEs

From Farm to Chopstick: Changes to China’s Food Safety Law

Although China’s food and beverage industry continues to grow, food safety remains an ongoing concern among its citizens.

Logging on to learn: China’s online education market

Even given the high importance placed on education in China, the speed of growth of online education has surprised many.

Interview: Joanna Drake, Director for Entrepreneurship and SMEs, DG GROW

This year marks the 6th anniversary of the EU-China SME Dialogue.

Seeking guidance: China’s new Foreign Investment Catalogue

China adopted the new Foreign Investment Industrial Guidance Catalogue (2015 Amendment) (Foreign Investment Catalogue) on 10th April this year.

No small matter – Cyber security in China: what SMEs need to know

Smaller companies can be particularly susceptible to cybercrime as they often lack the resources to fully protect themselves against such attacks.

What can you do? Opportunities and challenges for European SMEs

  There have been many changes in the Chinese economy over the past decade.

Thinking small: EU SME Policy

  Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) collectively accounting for over 99 per cent of all enterprises and creating 85 per cent of all the new jobs in the last five years.

Show me the money: Financing for EU SMEs in China

  A perennial challenge for SMEs is access to financing, a problem that is particularly prevalent in China according to European companies operating here.

Bio-potential: EU SMEs in China’s biomass sector

  China is a country rich in biomass resources which have a variety of applications for electricity, heating, liquid bio-fuel and solid fuels.

Tailor made: China market entry options for SMEs

  Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) cannot afford to ignore China with its vast market, expanding middle-class consumer base and plentiful suppliers.