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PRC promulgated measures for security assessment of outbound data transfers

The Measures for Security Assessment of Outbound Data Transfers adopted by the Cyberspace Administration of China on 7 July 2022 will take effect on 1 September 2022. The measures summarize the circumstances which trigger security assessment subject to authorities’ review in accordance with the PRC Cybersecurity Law, the PRC Data Security Law and the PRC Personal Information Protection Law, and provide practical guidance on the administrative procedure of security assessment. CMS China gives an overview.
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AHK: China-bound charter flights between Frankfurt and Qingdao

The German Chamber is "happy to announce the continuation of the AHK’s Charter Flights Program": China-bound charter flights between Frankfurt and Qingdao from October 2022 to March 2023 and designated quarantine hotels. Bookings for charter flights are made exclusively and directly through AHK. Online registration: from 15th July, 14:00 (Beijing time).
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Summer Update des "PwC China Compass"

Chancen und Gestaltungsspielräume vorausschauend nutzen und Risiken des China-Geschäfts umschiffen: verschiedene PwC-Berater skizzieren im "PwC China Compass" (Summer Update) mögliche Wege. Redaktionsschluss war Ende Mai.
Paper: hier

Podcast: Serviceroboter - Werden Maschinen Menschen in Zukunft ersetzen?

Im Podcast Nr. 37 von Alexandra Stefanov berichtet Chanfang Wang (Gründerin von Genie InBot, China Expert Services und Digital China-Europe Network; Frankfurt) über Menschen, Maschinen und ihre Vision eines nachhaltigen technologischen Netzwerks.
Podcast: hier

The Low-carbon Ship

Taking on the challenge of ship decarbonisation is a two-tier process-delivering efficiencies and sustainability benefits for today’s markets, while simultaneously preparing the industry for future developments. Given the lengthy lifespans of most vessels, manufacturers of ships and ship components are attempting to divine the future to see which fuels will come out on top at the end of the transition to green energy. Simon Qu from Kongsberg Maritime argues that the shipping industry has options to spread their bets on the fuels of tomorrow.
Read more (EURObiz online): here