Upcoming Events

The European Chamber, in partnership with the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI) and the Swedish National China Centre, is releasing a report on China’s domestic and international standardisation activities, and their impact on European business. The European Chamber is delighted to invite you to the online launch of The Shape of Things to Come: The Race to Control Technical Standardisation on 2nd December.

  • 2021-12-02 | 15:00 - 16:30
  • Zoom Online

This year marks the 20th anniversary of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO). The past two decades of China’s WTO membership coincided with phenomenal economic and trade growth in the country. While the reforms undertaken by China over these years have significantly accelerated cross-border trade flows and led to it becoming the largest global trader in goods and second largest trader in services, debate persists over how and to what extent China has implemented its WTO commitments.

On 9th December, this year’s annual conference will deliver insightful commentary on China’s 20 years of engagement with the WTO, how the country is expected to position itself as the WTO evolves, and the ways China can contribute to WTO reform and revitalise the multilateral trade mechanism. Through keynote speeches and panel discussions, our guest speakers (former chief trade negotiators, think tank experts and global business leaders) will present their perspectives on these topics, and examine how to preserve the core values of the multilateral trade system in the years to come.

  • 2021-12-09 | 13:00 - 17:10
  • Zoom

2021年新冠疫情对经济的影响逐渐减弱,但是全球经济复苏仍面临巨大挑战,全球贸易环境风起云涌,企业全球化进程的推进和跨境进出口贸易的管理难度亦趋增大,全球数字经济的发展持续推动国际税制规则重塑。放眼国内,中国经济经受住了疫情的考验,随着经济逐步重启,企业需配合国家“十四五”规划和“双循环”等战略的逐步推进自身发展与转型。我们将与您共同探讨相关话题,协助您在复杂的经济税收环境中从容应对各种挑战并把握机遇,增强税务管理的韧性。

  • 2021-12-09 | 13:00 - 19:00
  • Deloitte Meeting Room