EURObiz Issue 48 (January/February 2019)

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The US and China have been locked in a trade war since President Donald Trump slapped levies on steel and aluminium imports, initiating tit-for-tat tariffs between the world's two biggest economies. The globalisation of business and manufacturing means this friction has impacted other nations and regions too, including Europe. This edition of EURObiz delves into the effect of the trade war on European businesses in China. For some, the tensions present new opportunities; for others, the situation just serves to underline their vulnerabilities.

Also featured in this issue:

  • China's New Ecommerce Law: Good News or Bad News for Business
  • How to Unlock Your Organisation's Data Analytics Potential
  • The Emperor's New Clothes: Gaining an advantage by acknowledging the naked truth about cultural differences.

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EURObiz Issue 49 (March/April 2019)

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2019 is a highly significant year for the People's Republic of China, as it marks the 70th anniversary of its founding. This follows closely on 2018's 40th anniversary of the opening up and reform policy. As such, the annual gatherings of the legislative and political advisory bodies of government, or 'Two Sessions', were highly anticipated. This edition of EURObiz looks as how the outcomes of those meetings could affect the European business community in China.

Also featured in this issue:

  • Fresh Horizons: Prospects for growth in China's cruise shipbuilding industry
  • Spotlight on China's Individual Income Tax Reform
  • Planning New E-ventures: China's funding strategy for Artificial Intelligence.

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