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A Snapshot of Consumer Trends in China Consumer Good And What It Means For Your Business in China
by Jan Van Loon & Susan Yang at White Caviar

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We have released on February 1st 2021 a survey to register the Benelux community Fosun/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine’s intentions.
Here is an article to keep you updated about the vaccine's news for foreigners in China.

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We are proud to launch the 2021 Sino Benelux Business Survey.
Please participate in the survey. Your opinion matters!

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Best wishes for the year 2021 from the Benelux Chamber of Commerce

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The Benelux Chamber of Commerce is delighted to invite you to our Benelux Christmas walking dinner on the 19th of December 2020!

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Discussion with Alibaba Cloud, unravel the secrets behind Singles' Day: how to make an online shopping phenomenon.

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The Benelux Chamber of Commerce in China has a new logo visual identity.

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The Benelux Chamber of Commerce Shanghai is delighted to invite you for a visit to one of our prominent members: IPTE - a worldwide supplier of automated production equipment for the electronics and mechanics industry.

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Green and purpose-led companies are also holding up better in the covid era. Share prices of companies with higher ESG (environmental, social and governance) ratings have outperformed others since the onset of the pandemic, dropping less far and recovering more quickly than the rest of the market. Sustainability" is no longer a strange world for business life but maybe the way to recovery.

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For multinational corporations operating in China, repatriating cash from their subsidiaries has always been an important but challenging issue. China maintains a strict system of foreign exchange controls, meaning funds flowing into and out of China are tightly regulated.