Upcoming Events

The Greater Bay Area plan will guide the development of South China in the coming years, bringing an influx of foreign talent to China’s shores. To stay sharp and competitive, companies with business in China must understand the ever changing landscape to retain their foreign talent. Please join us at the Deloitte offices as they discuss IIT subsidies and Baker McKenzie sharing their insights on employment structure in the GBA and cross-border employment issues.

If you want the latest on the GBA and how it will impact your business, we will see you there !

  • 2019-11-22 | 09:00 - 12:00
  • Deloitte Office Meeting Room
Members only

2019年中旬,我国数据保护监管政策草案密集出台,且下半年执法力度明显增强,需要企业对此作出应对。与此同时,“一带一路”建设的推进亦对企业的海外数据合规管理提出了更为迫切的要求。

  • 2019-11-22 | 14:00 - 17:00
  • 中国贸促会商事法律服务中心422
Members only

In order to support the implementation of Foreign Investment Law, the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) has initiated the public consultation of Provisions on Foreign Investment Information Report (Provisions) and Notice on Matters Related to the Report on Foreign Investment Information (Notice) as the supplementary measures for the Provisions.

  • 2019-11-25 | 09:10 - 11:30
  • European Chamber Beijing Office C405
Members only

In order to support the implementation of Foreign Investment Law, the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) has initiated the public consultation of Provisions on Foreign Investment Information Report (Provisions) and Notice on Matters Related to the Report on Foreign Investment Information (Notice) as the supplementary measures for the Provisions.

  • 2019-11-25 | 09:10 - 11:30
  • European Chamber Shanghai Office
Members only
26
Nov
South China > WG Meeting

Healthcare Meeting - China NMPA

China’s National Medical Products Administration or NMPA China, renamed in 2018 from State Food and Drug Administration (CFDA China, 国家药品监督管理局) is Chinese government’s administrative body responsible for regulating pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and cosmetics in China.

  • 2019-11-26 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Baia Restaurant, SeaWorld
Members only
27
Nov

With the rapid development of China’s digital economy, tax authorities are gradually shifting the tax administrative model from ex-ante approval to ex-post management. The F&T Working Group cordially invites you to attend a presentation on digital taxation trends and the evolution of tax management in China.

  • 2019-11-27 | 09:30 - 11:30
  • European Chamber Shanghai Office
Members only
27
Nov
South China > WG Meeting

Attracting and Keeping Talent within Manufacturing

The manufacturing industry is in flux. Workforce data shows that the types of people working in manufacturing are changing, as are the skills they need. Attracting and retaining talent for the manufacturing industry is more challenging than ever.

However, the future of manufacturing is not a zero-sum game. Although the industry is undergoing a transition, employers can leverage the opportunity to bring together and engage different types of workers with varying skill sets to achieve their business goals.

Considering this, the European Chamber South China Chapter is thus going to have our next meeting for MFG Forum. Join us and learn the insights from the experts on how to attract and keep talent within manufacturing.

  • 2019-11-27 | 09:00 - 13:30
  • Coats Shenzhen
Members only

European Chamber convenes Aviation & Aerospace members to deliberate and formulate the Group Working Plan 2020, and prepare the upcoming advocacy activities.

  • 2019-11-28 | 15:30 - 18:00
  • European Chamber Beijing Office, Office C405
Members only

Chinese government authorities have recently issued a series of policies and draft amendments to push forward the establishment of the Social Credit System (SCS). Foreign enterprises are particularly concerned at how the SCS could affect the business operation of their Chinese subsidiaries.

As the Social Credit System will be largely in place by the end of 2020, SCS is no longer just a vision. With the window of opportunity rapidly closing for companies to prepare for these regulatory ratings, companies need to stay alert for the upcoming the SCS and expect that heavy non-compliance will immediately lead to a listing as a distrusted entity, followed by costly sanctions.

  • 2019-11-29 | 16:00 - 17:30
  • European Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai
Members only

Chinese government authorities have recently issued a series of policies and draft amendments to push forward the establishment of the Social Credit System (SCS). Foreign enterprises are particularly concerned at how the SCS could affect the business operation of their Chinese subsidiaries.

The SCS will establish an information-sharing platform covering all the rating information on all companies registered in China. In principle, the equal enforcement of regulations will likely to create a more level playing field. However, this may be an overly optimistic interpretation, as the system does have the potential for discriminatory use towards international companies, as well as other major concerns such as the “joint sanctions” – blacklisted companies will receive not only sanctions from the government enforcement authority, but should restrictions and negative treatment from other government agencies.

  • 2019-11-29 | 16:00 - 17:30
  • European Chamber Office Beijing
Members only