EURObiz Issue 60 (January/February 2021)

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In the wake of the pandemic and the United States (US)-China trade war, there appeared to be a growing trend towards ‘decoupling’ of US/China/European markets and companies. The January/February 2021 issue of EURObiz delves deeper into why this situation arose, how such decoupling would affect European business in China, and the ways in which cooperation can drive sustainable economic growth.

Also featured in this edition:

  • Taking a Step Back: Re-conceptualising China’s Corporate Social Credit System and why foreign companies need to learn to coexist with it
  • Get Prepared for Business After Brexit: UKCA conformity assessment requirements from 1st January 2021
  • Shaping Europe’s Cyber Future: The game-changing Digital Services Act

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EURObiz Issue 60 (March/April 2021)

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Dual circulation has been the talk of the town since it was promoted as part of China’s 14th Five-year Plan. However, boosting the domestic economy has always been a priority for the Chinese Government. The March/April 2021 issue of EURObiz looks at how the dual circulation version of this strategy may affect European business, and the role of Five-year Plans in the development of China’s economy.

Also featured in this edition:

  • Talent Competition: Attracting and retaining foreign talent in times of COVID-19
  • China’s Service Sector at a Glance: Investment opportunities for foreign-owned companies
  • Invigilating Foreign Investors: China’s new security review measures for speculation in ‘sensitive’ areas

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