Read our latest BCECC newsletter to discover business opportunities in China’s 2nd Tier cities Wuhan, Hefei and Shenyang!
Discover all about the cultural and commercial significance of the Chinese Spring Festival in our latest BCECC newsletter
Happy Chinese New Year!
In this article, we introduce the Honorary Vice-President of the BCECC, Mr. Christian Morel, a true China pioneer.
After successfully containing the COVID-19 virus, China has succeeded more than anyone in imposing its global footprint in 2020 and continues this way in the beginning of 2021. That means it’s still essential for European companies to continue to engage with China. Should we adopt defensive practices in the face
The EU and China have finalized their Comprehensive Agreement on Investment.
Discover all the reasons why your company should join the BCECC in our latest newsletter.
New Year’s message from H. E. Mr. Cao Zhongming, Ambassador of the P. R. of China to the Kingdom of Belgium
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Read our latest BCECC Newsletter for tips on how to conduct market research in China on a limited budget
Discover business opportunities for SME’s in China’s 2nd Tier Cities Zhengzhou, Tianjin and Haikou in our BCECC Newsletter
Singles’ Day is celebrated on 11 November each year, and has turned into a major commercial highlight in China thanks to Alibaba’s shopping festival.
Chinese authorities have taken some extra measures for passengers wanting to enter China. Find the latest travel restrictions in our BCECC Newsletter.
What are China’s plans for the next 5 years? Discover everything on the 14th FiveYearPlan and its opportunities for foreign companies in our BCECC Newsletter.
Read the BCECC Newsletter to find out which marketing and business opportunities the Golden week in China holds for your business this year.
The Financial Secretary, Mr Paul Chan, attended a webinar organized by the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) and the Belgium – Hong Kong Society (BHKS) entitled “How Hong Kong continues to be a gateway to China” today (September 22) to reaffirm to European entrepreneurs that Hong Kong continues to be the unique business bridge between the Mainland and the rest of the world.
A lot of Belgian SME companies are world leaders in niche industries, successfully exporting their goods to international markets. How to become successful as a Belgian B2B company in China? Find our guidelines in this article.
Flanders Investment & Trade is organizing support measures, including subsidies in order to support Flemish companies after COVID-19. Apply from October 5.
China’s borders are gradually re-opening, which means Belgians can apply for a visa again. Read the BCECC Newsletter for information on travel restrictions.
What does the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative mean for your business? Which opportunities have been created for Belgian companies?