Tag Archives: market access

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

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

Preparing to embrace the ‘new normal’: European Business in China Business Confidence Survey 2015

The purpose of the European Chamber’s European Business in China Business Confidence Survey is to take an annual snapshot of European companies’ successes and challenges in China.

Adding to the master plan: The Beijing Position Paper 2015/2016

On 9th April, the European Chamber launched the Beijing Position Paper as a standalone publication for the first time: previously, local chapter papers had nestled in the back pages of the Chamber’s main Position Paper. It was decided that more prominence should be given to…

Well Positioned: Position Paper 2014/2015

The ‘golden age’ for business in China may yet be followed by the dawning of a new era that could be equally rewarding for China and for foreign investors.

A decade of data: Business Confidence Survey 2014

The purpose of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China’s European Business In China Business Confidence Survey (BCS) is to take an annual snapshot of European companies’ successes and challenges in China. Now in its tenth year, the survey has enabled the European Chamber…

Third Plenum Decision: impressive and bold

On the heels of the release of the Third Plenum Decision the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China has issued the following statement:

Shanghai Free Trade Zone: A step in the right direction

Shanghai Free Trade Zone to include significant foreign investment liberalisation. 

Take your positions

On 5th September, 2013, the European Chamber published the European Business in China Position Paper 2013/2014.

European Chamber Annual Conference: The Road to Reform

Coinciding with Europe Day on 9th May, the European Chamber of Commerce in China hosted its inaugural annual conference, attended by distinguished guests and featuring a diverse collection of expert panellists from government, industry and academia. 

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