We have invited Prof. Dr. Paul de Grauwe to discuss the effects of COVID-19 on the Chinese and European economies. Join us on 14 January to learn about the prospects of economic recovery, and ask your questions directly to Mr. De Grauwe.
Join our webinar 'Expanding your business and repatriating your profits from China' to learn more about funding solutions and how digital corporate governance can drive your business expansion in China.
How has COVID-19 affected customs regulations for import and export to China? Learn more from our Belgian and Chinese customs experts, or ask your questions directly in a private conversation in our webinar 'Online China Customs Event'.
The BCECC organized an informative webinar together with the China IPR SME Helpdesk to discuss how European companies can protect their trade secrets, and the implications of the new Cyber Security Law in China.
How is COVID-19 shifting consumer behavior? This question is at the core of a global study. The BCECC organized an informative webinar on the changing consumer market and digital revolution in China. Discover which opportunities this creates for your business.
Join our webinar to hear the FIT trade commissioners on the current economic situation in China, travel restrictions and financial support of the Flemish government for companies engaged in business with China.
The Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) and the Belgium - Hong Kong Society organized an online dialogue with Mr. Paul Chan, Financial Secretary of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on September 22, 2020 to discuss the new National Security Law of Hong Kong.
China released their plans for constructing the Hainan Free Trade Port on 1 June 2020. Hainan Province will become the largest special economic zone in China and be transformed into a Free Trade Port. The BCECC organized an information session on the business opportunities of the Hainan Free Trade Port.
China has one of the most dynamic and complex consumer market in the world today. After transitioning out from being a push market, Chinese consumers now know very well what they want. The BCECC and VOKA organized a webinar on consumer Food & Beverage trends in China on 2 June 2020.