EURObiz Issue 29 (November/December 2015)

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China’s healthcare system is badly in need of structural reforms. With a rapidly ageing population, the pressure on healthcare infrastructure will only increase over the next decade. European companies can make huge contributions, with investment and expertise, but are still excluded from large parts of the market.

Also featured in this issue:

  • Balancing reform and growth: China’s 13th Five-Year Pan
  • China’s testing, inspection and certification industry

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EURObiz Issue 28 (September/October 2015)

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This issue of EURObiz focuses on IPR in China. The issue of IPR is common thread that runs through every part of today’s knowledge-intensive economy. A functioning IPR system is one of the most important building-blocks that China needs to successfully steer its economy onto a growth trajectory that will be lower, though built upon quality and driven through innovation and efficiency gains.

Also featured in this issue:

  • Position Paper 2015/2016
  • Investing in  China’s water treatment industry

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EURObiz Issue 27 (July/August 2015)

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For China to achieve the necessary shift to qualitative, sustainable growth required to rebalance its economy, creating the conditions for innovation to flourish will be essential. In this issue of EURObiz we look at the starting point for China’s innovation drive – the education institutions that are producing the next generation of talent.

Also featured in this issue:

  • China’s National Security Law
  • The draft Foreign NGO Management Law
  • Conducting effective searches for Chinese company information

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EURObiz Issue 26 (May/June 2015)

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This year is a milestone in EU-China diplomatic relations as it is 40 years since they were established on 6th May, 1975. In this issue of EURObiz, we take a walk down memory lane and reflect on some of the key events that have taken place over the past four decades that have brought the relationship to where it is today. We look at institutional and trade relations, changes to China’s legal landscape as well as a personal account of China’s development.

Also featured in this issue:

·      Interview with Joanna Drake, Director for Entrepreneurship and SMEs, DG GROW

·      Adding to the Master Plan: Beijing Position Paper 2015/2016

·      Take me to your leaders: Chamber 2015 election results

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EURObiz Issue 25 (March/April 2015)

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Cyber security is a topic that has been making waves in international media over the past year. The issue has drawn increasing attention since the beginning of 2015, with much of the focus on recent policy developments that have been coming from China. In this issue we examine China’s current Internet policy and feature articles on VPN restrictions; data privacy risks; protecting against industrial cyber attacks; how censorship hampers innovation; and improving cyber security for SMEs.

Also featured in this issue:

·      Chamber strategy 2014-2017

·      The PRC Draft Foreign Investment Law

·      Foreign investment in e-commerce in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone

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EURObiz Issue 24 (January/February 2015)

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Europe’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) represent 99 per cent of European businesses and employ over 65 million European citizens. They play a pivotal role in the creation of wealth and economic growth and are important drivers of innovation. This issue focusses on EU SMEs and highlights some of the many challenges and opportunities that they face in China.

Also featured in this issue:

·      Profiles of three key figures from the new European Commission

·      The future of EU-China relations

·      Labour and employment law in China

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