The sixteen-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 of inviting you to an exclusive webinar with H.E. Jan Hoogmartens, Ambassador of Belgium in China. He will deliver a speech on the following topic: "China in 2022: between lockdowns and party Congress. What can we expect bilaterally?". This webinar will take place on August 23, 2022, at 10h00 am CEST and is a members-only event.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce, with the support of Flanders Investment and Trade, is organizing a walking dinner with the new Flemish Economic Representative in Beijing, Mr. Koen De Ridder. Before his departure to Beijing, Mr. De Ridder will give a presentation on the economic and societal tendencies in China (from 1949 to the present). This activity will take place on August 25 at 18 h. in Ghent.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce, the EU-China Business Association and the China IP SME Helpdesk are happy to invite you to our upcoming online training on 14 July, 10h00 CEST.
The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce is delighted to invite you to a webinar which focuses on “What is your best way to market your B2B and B2C sales channels in China?”. This webinar will take place on Thursday, July 7, 2022, at 10h00 am.
For the first time, China has overtaken the United States as the world’s leader in both the quantity and quality of scientific papers published from 2018 to 2020, according to an annual report published by Japan’s National Institute of Science and Technology Policy.
Last week, China's major Covid-19 hotspots were located in Hainan, Tibet and Xinjiang, which are also major tourism destinations. Lockdowns were imposed in Urumqi (Xinjiang) and Lhasa, Shigatse and Nagari (Tibet), trapping thousands of tourists in a seven-day quarantine.
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