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 has the pleasure to invite you to a panel discussion on doing business with China, featuring three SMEs who will talk about how they are succeeding in the China market. This event will take place on 26 September 2023 at 17h30 at the Cercle Royal La Concorde, Kouter 150, 9000 Gent.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce has the pleasure to invite you to an exclusive dinner with H.E. Mr Cao Zhongming, Ambassador of the People's Republic of China in Belgium. This dinner will take place on Thursday 5 October at 18h00 at 'De Warande', Zinnerstraat 1, 1000 Brussels.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce is delighted to invite you to a webinar focused on financial incentives for doing business with China. This webinar will take place on 12 September at 10 am.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce and the Weihai Government are delighted to invite you to the Weihai Cooperation and Investment Conference. This in-person meeting will take place on Monday 28 August at 16h00 CEST at Beaulieu, Rijksweg 440, Wielsbeke.
The 18th China (Wuxi) International Design Expo, which concluded on September 10, showcased top-notch industrial designs from home and abroad and provided inspirations for industrial insiders. The annual WIPO-China Awards for Outstanding Patented Chinese Inventions and Industrial Designs were presented at the Expo.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has announced an anti-subsidy investigation into Chinese-made electric vehicles (EVs), which she says are being sold in Europe 20% cheaper than local competitors. “Global markets are now flooded with cheaper Chinese electric cars and their prices are kept artificially low by huge state subsidies. This is distorting our market,” von der Leyen said.
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