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Template: Code of Conduct for Sustainable Supply Chains in China

The German Chamber of Commerce in China provides a template for a "Code of Conduct for Sustainable Supply Chains in China" for German companies in China. This sheet can be adapted to particular industries and business fields and also in companies with headquarters in other regions. 
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News: Chinese Visa Applications Policies

Source European Chamber: According to the Notice on Visa Facilitation for Applicants Inoculated with COVID-19 Vaccines Produced in China released by multiple Chinese embassies, a PU letter is no longer required for foreigners with a Chinese vaccine certificate in the following European countries: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom (UK), among others.
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Quanzhou soll ein Logistikknotenpunkt der Maritimen Seidenstraße werden

Im 14. Fünf-Jahres-Plan (2021-2025) nachzulesen: Quanzhou in der südostchinesischen Provinz Fujian wird zur Gateway-Stadt der Maritimen Seidenstraße ausgebaut. Kanal, Autobahn, Eisenbahn und Seetransport werden integriert, um die Stadt mit den zentralen und westlichen Regionen in China sowie den Belt&Road-Ländern zu verbinden.
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Rural revitalization: Efforts of a Chinese village in preventing falling back into poverty

Could rural areas fall back into poverty? Do people still need to be supported from here and onwards? And how do you prevent people from falling back into poverty? China's answer is 'rural revitalization'. Example: Sanjianxi in Shandong.
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E-Commerce Ecosystem in China: Checklist for European SMEs (2021 Update)

This report (EU SME Centre) provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of China’s e-commerce ecosystem. The first section introduces the key actors involved both in traditional e-commerce and in CBEC, the latest consumer trends and emerging product categories. The second section analyses the most recent developments in terms of e-commerce policies, regulations and market entry provisions. The report then moves into its core section: a practical checklist for European brands looking to take advantage of the e-commerce opportunity in China. 
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