The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China in partnership with the Benelux Chamber, CCI FRANCE CHINE and SwissCham, are delighted to invite you to the presentation of the European Business in China Business Confidence Survey 2021.
The European Chamber, in cooperation with Roland Berger, released its European Business in China Business Confidence Survey 2021 (BCS) on 8th June.
Having found their path through the dark times of the COVID-19 outbreak, European companies in China are keeping one eye on the horizon, and shifting strategies to address the coming storms. In Q1 2020, many were discussing how to build resilience out of China and into their global supply chains, as well as of diversification into other markets. Contrary to those expectations, European companies in China found themselves in a resurgent market that was able to get production back online. They are now building resilience in China to secure their position in the market.
However, the still-looming economic consequences of the pandemic, an increasingly politicized business environment, decoupling and technology divergence, and long-standing concerns over market access, state-owned enterprises and the lack of a level playing field still present major concerns for European companies.
Join our event on June 30 to learn more about the latest data collected from the European business community in China.
CEO of ENGIE China
Chief Group Representative for China at BNP Paribas
Maison France Chine
2nd Floor, Building 81, No.4 Workers Stadium North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing