The EU and China held their 23rd bilateral Summit on 1 April 2022. What was the conclusion of this important high-level meeting? An unstable world calls for stronger EU-China cooperation. China-EU economic relations have shown resilience and vitality, even though the two sides don’t always see eye to eye.
Therefore, let’s have a look at the implications of the EU-China Summit for the world economy and the international business environment with some high-level speakers from the Chinese Mission to the EU, the European Commission and Eurochambres during the BCECC’s webinar “EU-China Summit: EU-China economic relationships in an unstable world” on May 17, 2022 at 10:00 CET (16:00 CST).
10:00-10:10: Opening words by Mr. Bernard Dewit, Chairman of the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC)
10:10-10:25: Speech by Mr. Peng Gang, Minister (Commerce) of the Chinese Mission to the EU
10:25-10:40: Speech by Ms. Adeline Hinderer, Head of Unit in charge of the Far East, DG Trade, European Commission
10:40-10:55: Speech by Mr. Dominic Boucsein, Head of International Trade and Foreign Policy of Eurochambres
10:55-11:10: Q&A session
11:10-11:20: Closing remarks by Mr. Bernard Dewit, Chairman of the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC)
Zoom (link will be sent out to the participants one day before the event)
BCECC Members: Free of charge
Non-members: €30/person (VAT Excl.)