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Chinese authorities have spoken strongly in favour of reforms that will promote economic globalization and openness to the outside world. The European Chamber hopes that China continues with market-driven reforms that are crucial to ensuring long-term and high-quality economic growth by offering reciprocal access to its own market. To better understand this issue, European Chamber members have contributed articles to EURObiz on a number of different issues relating to the finance sector, including the 19th Party Congress and its influence on foreign business activity in China, the spread of Chinese fintech and the implications of a newly drafted negative list. Also featured in this issue:

  • An interview with the European Chamber’s Smart Card China Desk  
  • The Executive Summary from the Position Paper 2017/2018

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