The eighteen-year presence of the FCCC as the essential business platform for China and Flanders, set up by a group of heavyweight investors from Belgium in China, has led to a number of remarkable successes. In this long – and yet, in some respects short – period of time, we were able to significantly support trade relations and mutual understanding between both sides.Subscribe here
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with Baker McKenzie and the China Chamber of Commerce to the EU, is delighted to invite you to a webinar focused on Foreign Subsidies Regulation. This webinar will take place on 5 December 2023 at 10 am CET.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce, the China IP SME Helpdesk, and the EU-China Business Association have the pleasure to invite you to a webinar focused on "Key Intellectual Property Considerations for Collaborating with Chinese Partners”. This webinar will take place on 12 December 2023 at 10:00 am CET.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce and KBC Group are pleased to invite you to an In-person event which will take place on November 16, 2023 at 17h30 CET, at the KBC Arteveldetoren, Maaltekouter, 9051 Gent.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce and Baker McKenzie are delighted to invite you to our next In-person event: Unlocking the Chinese Market and Protecting your Chinese Investments. This event is a must for companies that wish to sell (more) on the Chinese market and/or start manufacturing in China.
China has published a document entitled “Vision and Actions for High-Quality Belt and Road Cooperation: Brighter Prospects for the Next Decade,” which specified the key areas and directions for Belt and Road cooperation in the next 10 years. The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has injected new growth momentum into the world economy.
The China-Europe Railway Express is traversing Russia and since the start of the Ukraine war, the amount of cargo transported between China and Europe has been falling. For now, Russia is practically unavoidable when using the intercontinental railway network known as the China-Europe Railway Express. An alternative to avoid Russia could be the Caspian Sea route.
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