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European Chamber Short Cut: Implications of the Communist Party of China’s 20th National Congress, and more

(31.10.2022) This episode (26 October) covers the business implications of the Communist Party of China’s 20th National Congress, China’s third quarter gross domestic product (GDP) and sectorial data released by the National Bureau of Statistics, September foreign trade data, and updates on the increase of international flights to China, with comments from Philippe Bardol, chair of the Chamber’s Aviation and Aerospace Working Group. 
Short Cut: here

Fachkräfteentwicklung für das Zukunftsthema Wasserstoff in China

(30.10.2022) Am 1. Dezember 2022 informieren iMOVE und Kontaktstelle China über die Entwicklungen der Berufsbildung im Bereich der Wasserstoffindustrie in Deutschland und China.
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Cosco-Beteiligung in Hamburg: „Mittelfristiges Problem durch Kompromiss nicht gelöst“

(30.10.2022) Prof. Dr. Rolf J. Langhammer, Handelsexperte am Kiel Institut für Weltwirtschaft (IfW), kommentiert die Einigung der Bundesregierung, dem chinesischen Staatskonzern Cosco eine Beteiligung von 24,9% an der Betreibergesellschaft des Containerterminals Tollerort in Hamburg zu erlauben.
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Market access barriers in the burgeoning market of Southwest China

(27.10.2022) The implementation of the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Circle, identifying Chengdu, 27 districts and counties in Chongqing, and 14 other Sichuan cities as China’s fourth economic city cluster, indicates further strengthening of the region's economic influence is envisioned. Despite this, certain market access barriers still exist in the region. Shane Farrelly, chair of the European Chamber Southwest China Chapter’s Investment Working Group, discusses what can be done tackle them to alleviate the concerns of European investors.
Article, EURObiz online: here

Bumpy road ahead in China for Germany's carmakers

(27.10.2022) Are the advantages of an engagement in China still greater than the risks? Or has the dependence on the Chinese market now become too great? Gregor Sebastian, analyst at MERICS, examines these questions in his new China Monitor "The bumpy road ahead in China for Germany's carmakers".
Report: here