Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC)


One of the members of the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC), the Pfizer Clinical Research Unit (PCRU), is currently recruiting Chinese participants for their clinical trials in Brussels. Click here to read more about it!
Ever wonder how living and working in China is for a Belgian expat? Read the Newsletter to learn more about Fabian Blake’s experience as someone who’s lived there for 15 years.
With the lockdown, the war in Ukraine, and the geopolitical tension between US and China, one would expect imports from China to Belgium to decrease. However, the numbers imply quite the opposite. Click here to learn more!
In recent years, the sourcing situation in China has been impacted by multiple factors. However, its sourcing hub remains irreplaceable for many European companies. What are the arguments in favor and against sourcing from China?
How can we assess China’s general business environment? Read our BCECC Newsletter!
Exciting news for business travelers! China has reopened its borders, and the 6th China International Import Expo (CIIE) is the perfect platform to explore business opportunities. With over 2,800 exhibitors from 127 countries and regions, the event showcases sectors ranging from food, automobiles, electrical engineering, medical equipment, and cosmetics, among others.
Bernard Dewit, Chairman of the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) gave his opinions on CGTN’s recent forum about China and EU’s bilateral relationship.
Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang had a telephone conversation with Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs Hadja Lahbib, during which he emphasized the need for the two countries to expand cooperation in various fields and increase personnel exchanges.
Click here to read the full interview with Bob Bogaert, General manager China of brewery De Halve Maan. What are his views on China?
Bernard Dewit highlights mutual benefits of bilateral cooperation in China Daily article
Find out the most important drivers which are expected to boost post-Covid- consumption in China in 2023.
On February 2, 2023, Ambassador Fu Cong met with Mr. Dewit, and had a friendly exchange and frank discussion on topics of common concern
Flanders’ Minister-President Jan Jambon announced that foreign companies invested EUR 5,26 billion in Flanders in 2022, which is an all-time record. In addition, there was an inflow of 278 new investment projects, generating a record number of 6,540 additional jobs in Flanders.
China has announced that all Covid-19 quarantine measures no longer apply to international travelers upon arrival from 8th January 2023 onwards.
Which Belgian experts were rewarded the prestigious award from the Chinese government? Click here!
Gain in-depth understanding of China’s new Covid measures. What will change and for whom? To find out, click here!
Who is Frank van Eynde, the new FIT representative in Shanghai? Read our BCECC newsletter to learn more.
Click here to read the interview with the new FIT economic representative in Beijing!
At the occasion of the publication of his book ‘Can we trust China?’, the BCECC interviewed Pascal Coppens, a well-known Belgian tech-entrepreneur who lived and worked in China for 20 years
CGTN Français recently interviewed our chairman Mr. Dewit. Curious about his remarks on the openness and sustainable and high-quality developments in china? Click here.
Click here to learn more about the views of Koen De Leus, Chief Economist BNP Paribas Fortis on the recently held Chinese Party Congress.
Which added value can the Inner Mongolian region offer your business? Click here to learn all about it!
Click here to learn more about the Chinese cybersecurity regulations for European SMEs in the EU SME Centre’s report