Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC)


In the framework of the 2023 China Arbitration Week, the BCECC, CIETAC and ICBC (Europe) Brussels Branch succesfully organized their panel discussion and networking event on the green transition on 14 September.
The BCECC organized its in-person event together with the Guangdong Municipal Bureau of Commerce on 8 September in Brussels to highlight why Guangdong is an important economic engine
The BCECC was delighted to organize its yearly get-together with its valued members and other partners from the Belgian-Chinese business community again on 30 August 2023
The BCECC had the privilege of hosting a delegation from Fengxian District, a thriving city emerging as a prominent comprehensive hub in South Shanghai.
The BCECC had the honor, in collaboration with the Port of Antwerp, of hosting a meeting with the Belgian and Chinese Customs Representatives at the Port House in Antwerp.
The BCECC had the honor to host a meet & greet with the Designate Ambasador of Belgium to China, the new Consul General in Guangzhou, and the Deputy Head of Mission in Beijing.
The BCECC co-hosted a hybrid event to discuss the advantages of doing business with the world’s largest free trade port in Hainan.
The BCECC welcomed a Chinese delegation from Hubei Province to introduce the province’s and Ezhou Huahu Airport’s attractive business opportunities on 14 March, after which a delegation of Belgian companies visited Ezhou on 18 April.
The BCECC was pleased to welcome the delegation from Longhua district, Shenzhen, to learn more bout the business opportunities with Longhua.
Ambassador Fu Cong, Head of the Chinese Mission to the European Union, spoke at a meeting organized by the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) on March 16, 2023. He highlighted China’s commitment to stability in domestic and foreign policies.
The BCECC hosted its event “Sustainability in China: A Business Case” on 2 March 2023, which gathered professionals from different sectors to delve into the sustainability challenges and business opportunities that arize in China’s rapidly urbanizing cities.
The Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) was pleased and honored to celebrate Chinese New Year together with the Sino-Belgian business community after 3 years, in the presence of H.E. Mr. Cao Zhongming, Ambassador of China to the Kingdom of Belgium and Mr. Yves Leterme, former Prime Minister of Belgium on January 26, 2023.