Working Group News

2018-10-23 > Beijing

Sustainable Trade Task Force Launched in Beijing

On 23rd October, the kick-off meeting for the Sustainable Trade Task Force (STTF) was held in the European Chamber’s Beijing office.

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2018-04-16 > Shanghai

Meeting with the Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

Meeting with the Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

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2008-12-29 > All chapters

Fuel tax reform an energy milestone

The Chinese government has finally decided to start a fuel tax plan beginning January 1.

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2008-12-28 > All chapters

China knocked off IPOs top slot

Chinese stock exchanges raised just $22bn in initial public offerings in 2008. The slowdown means China will not finish the year as the leading centre for IPOs, falling behind New York for the first time since 2005.

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2008-12-28 > All chapters

China drafts first law on social insurance

China's top legislature made public Sunday a draft law on social insurance, the first of its kind in the country.

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2008-12-26 > All chapters

China's state sector urged to boost economy

Senior government officials have publicly called on China's state-owned sector to increase its dominance in the economy in response to rapidly cooling growth and plummeting profits.

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2008-12-25 > Nanjing

Manpower Q1 2009 Employment Survey released

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2008-12-23 > Nanjing

It Takes Less than Half An Hour to Go Around Nanjing By the Express Inner Ring

It Takes Less than Half An Hour to Go Around Nanjing By the Express Inner Ring

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2008-12-23 > Nanjing

Zhu Shanlu Leading a Mission Going to America for Specialists

Secretary Municipal Committee of the CPC, Zhu Shanlu, Standing Member of CPC Provincial Committee, lead a mission on person including first-hand leaders in some departments, districts and counties together with executives of finance organizations to America and Japan for inviting investments and bringing in specialists.

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