Advocacy Actions

2019-12-16 > Beijing

Letter to National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) on Evaluation Issues

The Evaluation Task Force of Cosmetics Working Group in the European Chamber submitted a letter to Li Jinju, Director General, Cosmetics Department of National Medical Products Administration (NMPA), collating feedback about evaluation issues from the member enterprises after the previous face-to-face communication with NMPA on 15 October 2019.

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2019-12-13 > Beijing

Meeting with CCPIT on 4th Quarter Survey on Chinese Investment Environment

Chamber representatives attended the meeting organised by CCPIT for communicating operational challenges facing by foreign enterprises in doing business in China and collecting suggestions from them to improvement the business environment.

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2019-12-13 > Beijing

Meeting with DDG Yanfeng Ge from the Department of Policy and Legal Affairs of the General Administration of Customs China

The European Chamber was invited as supporting partner to the First Conference on Customs Clearance and Compliance Management, held in Wuxi. The Logistics Working Group acting Chair, Ms. Cindy Rong, met with DDG Haifeng Ge from the GACC and also former minister of foreign trade and economic cooperation, Mr. Yongtu Long. The working group was able to show their presence in front of hundred of Chinese stakeholders at the conference.

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2019-12-13 > Beijing

Outlook on Green Hydrogen and its Application in Automotive

European Chamber of Commerce invited Mr. XU Jilin- Deputy Director General from National Energy Administration, Mr. Octavian STAMATE - Counsellor of Energy and Climate Action from EU Delegation, the experts of Hydrogen & Hydrogen vehicles, and the representatives from the member companies: Michelin (China), Siemens , BP, ENGIE, FCA, EDF, Air Liquide, Volkswagen, Audi, Volvo, Novozymes, Daimler, GIZ, TÜV SÜD, German-Inspired Events and Royal Netherlands Embassy to discuss and exchange the view of the status quo, barriers and outlook on hydrogen and hydrogen vehicles’ development in China.

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2019-12-13 > Shanghai

Meeting with Heilongjiang Department of Commerce Deputy Director General Jiang Baoguo

On 13th December, European Chamber Shanghai Chapter General Manager (GM) Ioana Kraft met with a delegation of Heilongjiang Government officials, led by the Heilongjiang Department of Commerce Deputy Director General (DDG) Jiang Baoguo.

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2019-12-13 > Beijing

Deputy Director General Xu Jilin from NEA Attends Working Group Meeting on Green Hydrogen and Its Applications in Automotives

On 13th December 2019, the European Chamber invited Xu Jilin, deputy director general (DDG), the National Energy Administration (NEA); Octavian Stamate, counsellor, Energy and Climate Action, the European Union Delegation to China; industry experts; and representatives from Chamber member companies to discuss and exchange views on the status quo, barriers and outlook for hydrogen and hydrogen vehicles’ development in China.

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2019-12-12 > Beijing

Letter to First Counsellor Trade Section of EU Delegation on industry concerns and relevant regulations for the cosmetics sector in China

On 12 December, a letter was sent to Mervi Kahlos, First Counsellor Trade Section, EU Delegation to China, to brief her on industry concerns and relevant regulations for the cosmetics sector in China.

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2019-12-12 > Beijing, Shanghai

Comments to CNIPA on Guideline on Administrative Adjudication for Patent Infringement Disputes (Draft for Comments)

The European Chamber very much welcomes the National Intellectual Property Administration(NIPA)'s decision to collect opinions on the "Guideline on Administrative Adjudication for Patent Infringement Disputes (Draft for Comments)". Upon careful study of the draft and consultation with its members, the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, led by its IPR Working Group, has collated all member inputs and submitted suggestions to the CNIPA for their consideration.

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2019-12-12 > Beijing, Shanghai

Comments to SAMR on Compliance Guidelines on Anti-monopoly for Operators (Draft for Comments)

The European Chamber very much welcomes the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR)'s decision to collect opinions on the "Compliance Guidelines on Anti-monopoly for Operators (Draft for Comments)". Upon careful study of the draft and consultation with all members, the European Union Chamber of Commerce, led by the Compliance Working Group, has collated all member inputs and submitted suggestions to the SAMR for their consideration.

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2019-12-12 > All chapters

Meeting with Ministry of Environment and Ecology

On 12th December, Ministry of Environment and Ecology (MEE) organized a meeting on environmental credit evaluation system and relevant regulations.

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