Business

China ODI in EU

Chinese Outbound Investment in the European Union

The European Chamber advocates the mutual openness of both Chinese and European markets, so the trend of increasing Chinese investment in the EU is therefore viewed positively

currencies

Foreign Exchange Control Liberalisation: A Step Forward in the Investment Arena

Driven by its ambition to play a more dominant role in the world economy, make the renminbi more convertible and remain attractive to foreign investment, China has been taking steady steps

wind mill

Opportunities for European SMEs in the Green Tech Market in China

China has emerged as the global leader in green technology within just a few years due to massive investments by the Chinese Government and state-owned enterprises (SOEs).

IPR

Fight For Your Rights: Copyright Protection in China Part II

In Part I of this study, the IPR SME Helpdesk discussed what can be protected as copyright and why taking care to do so can prove beneficial to your business in China.

social media recruiting

Social Media for Talent Acquisition

Sourcing and hiring the right talent in China remains as challenging today as it has ever been. HR professionals are under increasing pressure to utilise social and professional networks

Galileo in-orbit validation (IOV) satellite

Out of This World

November 7th 2012, saw the GNSS.asia consortium reconvene in Beijing to discuss EU-China cooperation on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) initiatives.

Investments in express logistics

Delivering Successful Investments in Express Logistics

Although the express logistics industry in China is going through a period of change and rapid growth, it has not been easy for foreign players to operate

Intellectual Property Rights Protection

To Have and to Hold — Copyright Protection in China: Part I

At the GNSS.asia Workshop in early November, it was perhaps unsurprising to hear the issue of IPR raised as one of the potential obstacles that needs to be overcome

Guo Jiadong, HR Specialist

Trends in China’s HR Service Industry Beyond 2012

Gu Jiadong started working at FESCO in 1982, rising to become CEO in 1993, a position that he held for 15 years. He is now the Honorary Chairman of Shanghai Human Resources Consulting Association (SHRCA)

Eric Apode, CEO of CAPSA

The Executive Interview: Eric Apode, CEO Chang ‘An PSA Automobiles Company (CAPSA)

When a joint venture agreement was signed between PSA and China Chang ‘An Automobile Group (CAPSA) in July 2010, Eric Apode became a management member of the preparatory team.