BenCham - in cooperation with MS Advisory and the EU SME Centre - and with the support of BLCCA (Belgian Chambers), CCLU, ChinaLux, BCECC, and EuroChambres has the pleasure to invite you to our 2019 Benelux Road Show from June 24 - 28, 2019 in Belgium, The Netherlands, and Luxembourg.

During the roadshow, our team of dedicated China experts will be touring the Benelux to brief you on all of the latest developments:

Liam Jiazcii (Business Development Advisor at the EU SME Centre, Beijing), Michiel Vos (Senior Manager Corporate Affairs at Moore Stephens Advisory, Shanghai) together with BenCham Beijing General Manager Brecht Timmermans look forward to welcoming you to workshops in all three Benelux-countries:

  • 25/06/2019: Workshop in Luxembourg, in cooperation with ChinaLux, Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
  • 26/06/2019: Breakfast Seminar at EuroChambres in Brussels, in cooperation with BCECC

About the Event:

Though the Chinese economy has been experiencing pressure from developments such as the China-US Trade War and slowing economic growth, the Chinese GDP according to statistics from Reuters grew with 6.6% in 2018 – which is still a solid growth rate as compared to many other developing and developed economies around the world.

Both 2018 and early 2019 have shown many new reforms to be introduced, which includes the Individual Income Tax (IIT) Reform, new Negative List, Foreign Investment Law (to be implemented in 2020) and reductions in VAT and Corporate Income Tax rates. These have been implemented in a bid to further stabilize the economy and stimulate economic activity for 2019.

How have Benelux companies performed in light of all of this? What are the developments that impact companies the most? What opportunities could arise in the near future for European Small- and Medium sized Enterprises?

During the roadshow Michiel Vos will present the audience the results for this year's Sino-Benelux Business Survey. This year's survey has gauged how Benelux companies have performed in the past year, how different policies have impacted them, and how they look at the future. Subsequently, Liam Jazcii, will comment on the results of the survey, and give us his views on the current business climate in China, from the perspective of European SME's.


Luxembourg City, Brussels, The Hangue

Workshop Luxembourg:
Workshop Brussels:
EUROCHAMBRES Avenue des Arts, 19 A/DB-1000 Brussels
Workshop the Netherlands: TBC

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