Executive Summary 2016/2017 - 概要2016/2017
European business continues to hear reform commitments aimed at affording foreign-invested enterprises more market access, as well as statements attesting to their importance to the Chinese economy. As welcome as these are, they have been heard before: it is hoped that words will now be paired with actions.
With global economic growth remaining fragile, both China and the EU will suffer if China does not reach its full potential. In the interests of mutual prosperity, European business wants China to succeed. The European Chamber can therefore only continue to advocate for the necessary market-orientated reforms to be pushed through, without delay.