Advocacy Actions

2020-04-09 > Beijing, Shanghai

Further Feedback to the Ministry of Transport, International Affairs Department, on the Difficulties Found by the Logistics Industry in the Resumption of Work

The European Chamber submitted a feedback letter to the Ministry of Transport, International Affairs Department, in their request for more information on one of the points submitted on March 23rd 2020, on the difficulties found at the resumption of the logistics industry in COVID-19.

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2020-04-03 > Beijing, Shanghai

Submitted comments to MIIT on GB 30000.1—202X Rules for Classification and Labelling of Chemicals – Part 1: General Specifications

On 4th April, the Environment and Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Refining working group submitted input to MIIT on GB 30000.1—202X Rules for Classification and Labelling of Chemicals – Part 1: General Specifications.

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2020-04-03 > Beijing

Conclusions of March Activities and work Plans for April

On April 3, 2020, the 2st Chairs Monthly Meeting is held on the topic of “Conclusions of March Activities and work Plans for April”.

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2020-03-30 > Beijing, Shanghai

Comments to the National Security Standardisation Technical Committee (TC260) on Seven National Standards Under Call for Comments

The European Chamber submitted comments to the National Security Standardisation Technical Committee (TC260) on seven national standards under call for drafts.

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2020-03-24 > All chapters

Dialogue with Tianjin Vice Mayor Jin Xiangjun and Multiple Departments of Tianjin Municipal Government

On 24th March, the European Chamber hosted a webinar with Tianjin Vice Mayor Jin Xiangjun and officials from departments of Tianjin Municipal Government to discuss the implementation of the policies related to work resumption and business development amid the COVID-19 outbreak. A new local 5-year plan of introducing and cultivating high-tech enterprises was shared by Tianjin Municipal Science and Technology Bureau at the webinar as well.

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2020-03-23 > Beijing, Shanghai, South China

Letter to the Ministry of Transport (MOT), International Affairs Department, on the Difficulties Found by the Logistics Industry in the Resumption of Work

The European Chamber submitted a letter to the Ministry of Transport (MOT), International Affairs Department, following a call from the MOT offering to help coordinate difficulties found by logistics companies in the resumption of work.

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2020-03-20 > Beijing, Shanghai

Submitted input to CPCIF for 14th Five-Year Plan

On 20th March, the European Chamber's Environment and Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Refining working group submitted comments to the China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation for inclusion in their 14th 5-Year Plan for the chemical industry.

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2020-03-20 > Beijing

CCAR 21 Comments to CAAC, meeting with CAAC, Airworthiness Dept.

On 20th March, the Aviation & Aerospace Working Group (WG) held a meeting with Ms CHEN Ye from the Airworthiness Department of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to exchange views on the modified CCAR -21- R4, the main airworthiness regulation of the aeronautic industry. Ms Chen introduced the objectives behind the modification of CCAR 21,and explained and interpreted the key content of the 10 chapters of the Rule. She also clarified the relationship between CCAR -21- R4 and the EU- China bilateral agreement-BASA.

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2020-03-19 > Beijing, Shanghai

Discussion between EUCCC Banking and Securities representatives and EU Commission representatives on the issue of the Shanghai Clearinghouse

Discussion between EUCCC Banking and Securities representatives and EU Commission representatives on the issue of the Shanghai Clearinghouse and the need for an equivalent system of recognition of Foreign Central Counterparties (CCPs).

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2020-03-19 > All chapters

China's GDP growth is still expected to reach 6% in 2020: Former Vice Minister of Commerce Wei Jianguo Hosts Webinar with European Chamber

On 19th March, Mr Wei Jianguo, former vice minister of Commerce and current vice chair of the China Centre for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE), hosted a 90-minute webinar for member representatives of the European Chamber Mr Wei shared his views on the economic trends and the opportunities and challenges for companies in the post-pandemic era. The webinar included half an hour of Q&As, moderated by Dr Kang Yong, the chief economist of KPMG.

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