Will China Really Face A Middle Income Trap?

There is a peculiar, well-documented phenomenon that often occurs during countries’ development processes, whereby fast-growing, emerging economies begin to slow down

European Commissioner for Trade Karel DeGucht

European Chamber Lobby Report – June 2013

A round up of lobbying actions undertaken by the European Chamber during the month of June.

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Come Fly with Me

From the delivery of their first aircraft 28 years ago until the present day, Airbus’ operations in China have grown impressively

EUCCAP Workshop for Senior Investigator in Europe, March 2012)

EU-China Civil Aviation Project

  Steady growth in China’s aviation industry has seen its total number of flights reach around 10,000 per day, the third highest in the world behind the European Union (EU) and the United States (US

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‘I’ in the Sky

Obtaining government approval for new aviation projects or initiatives in China is a complicated procedure for foreign airlines

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A Soft Landing

When he first came to China in 2007 Angelo Cecchini only envisioned being here for a few months. Six years on he is still here

I Know the Law

EU SME Centre launches online law database

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The Executive Interview: Patrick Horgan, Regional Director, Northeast Asia, Rolls-Royce

Initially drawn by his curiosity Patrick Horgan first came to work in China in 1989 as a volunteer. He has been continuously dealing with China for the past 24 years, and for most of that time he has been living here too. He joined Rolls-Royce…

Research and Development

In this first of a two-part study, the China IPR SME Helpdesk explores research and development (R&D) in relation to developing your R&D strategy

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Seizing the Market for Childcare Products

Foreign manufacturers of childcare products could find increasing opportunities in the Chinese market