Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC)


BCECC’s half-day conference featured high-level speakers and panellists sharing their knowledge on a broad range of topics, a panel discussion and a networking lunch during which participants could share their best practices and make new business connections.
We will continue to be a Structural Partner of Flanders Investment & Trade from 2022 until 2026. The cooperation agreement was signed on 25 November 2021 in the presence of Ms. Claire Tillekaerts, Managing Director of FIT, and Flanders’ Minister-President Jan Jambon.
To welcome those who have come aboard as a new member during the pandemic and to meet up with our older friends after the holidays, the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) organized its first offline event of this year: Mix & Mingle BBQ on 2 September 2021.
Have a look at some pictures of our webinar on cross-border logistics in Beijing!
BCECC and AECBL successfully held their webinar “China’s 14th Five Year Plan and beyond: Opportunities for Belgian and Chinese companies” on 23 June 2021.
Chairman Dewit attended the China-EU Economic, Trade and Investment Cooperation Cloud Summit on 17 June 2021.
In today’s complex globalized market, the Chinese Yuan is gaining importance as a global trade currency. While this offers opportunities for European players, it can also present some challenges. To help European companies tackle these challenges, we organized this webinar on 10 June 2021.
The Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) organized 3 editions of their Business Chinese courses together with the Confucius Institute at Group T- Academy in September 2020, January 2021 and April 2021.
From 24 to 26 March 2021, the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) and Voka Mechelen-Kempen Chamber of Commerce & Industry (CCI) organized a 3-day virtual trade mission to Hainan.
BCECC attended the virtual FIT Exportbeurs and was happy to organize their webinar “Post COVID-19: How to reconnect with China”.
In order to discuss the implications of this EU policy, BCECC organized their online panel debate on the topic ‘Are Chinese investments still welcome in Belgium and the European Union?’ on 26 January 2021. During this virtual event, 3 prominent speakers expressed their points of view on China in a lively debate.
The BCECC invited economy expert Prof. Dr. Paul de Grauwe to discuss the state of the economy in China and Europe in 2021 in our webinar “Paul De Grauwe’s economic forecast for China and Europe in 2021’ on 14 January 2021.