EURObiz Issue 36 (January/February 2017)

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Passed on 7th November, 2016, China’s new Cybersecurity Law that will have significant ramifications for the operations of European businesses when it comes into force on 1st June this year. Chamber members have contributed articles to this first issue of 2017, which provide a detailed picture of cybersecurity in China, from both a legal and operational perspective. Also featured in this issue:

  • China’s Foreign NGO Management Law.
  • Chamber lobby success for SMEs.

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EURObiz Issue 37 (March/April 2017)

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The need to feed and care for 1.35 billion people places food and drug safety high on the Chinese Government’s list of priorities. The launch of China Manufacturing 2025 is partly aimed at upgrading and modernising supply, which, if implemented successfully, should have a direct positive impact on food and drug safety. In this issue European Chamber members have contributed articles on the topics of dealing with ‘professional consumers’, the importance of drug safety and the challenge to food safety posed by China’s new consumption habits, among other. Also featured in this issue:

  • Special report on the 2017 ‘Two Sessions’
  • Are we part of the plan? China Manufacturing 2025

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EURObiz Issue 38 (May/June 2017)

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Business compliance with workplace rules and regulations is one of the necessities for establishing a level playing field for business. If exploitation of employment-based legal frameworks takes place, with bribery and cheating allowed to occur, then competition and innovation will start to decline. European Chamber members have contributed articles in this issue of EURObiz on a number of different compliance-based issues, including the cost of non-compliance with Chinese competition law, the uncertainty that has been created by the new Cybersecurity Law, and environmental compliance in the manufacturing sector. Also featured in this issue:

  • An in-depth interview with former Chamber President Jörg Wuttke
  • The results summary of the Business Confidence Survey 2017

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EURObiz Issue 39 (July/August 2017)

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There is an important opportunity to influence policy and help establish a fairer and more sustainable business environment in China. Understanding critical issues effecting sustainable development, like the establishment of eco-cities, is necessary for adapting, innovating, and inventing towards a more environmentally conscious society. European Chamber members have contributed articles in this issue of EURObiz on a number of different issues relating to environmental sustainability, including the 12th EU-China Business Summit and the role of climate leadership, the development of an energy internet and the effects of environmental regulation in China. Also featured in this issue: 

•  An analysis of supply-side reform in China

•  How to utilize the CRS system when it comes to automation

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