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China: Still challenging, still promising! Part 2

Part two – Market openness increasing, limited trade war effects In this two-part article series, we are discussing the results of five business climate surveys, completed by the German, EU, Benelux, US, and UK Chambers of Commerce in China. In part...
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Ecovis recommends: The GDPR Enforcement Tracker

GDPR Regulations The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force in May 2018. Since then, it has caused quite a few waves in the business world. For the first time in history, all EU member states have unified rules that businesses ...

German SMEs and the Trade War between the US and China

German-Chinese Trade There is no country as important to German enterprises as the Middle Kingdom: In 2018, the two countries reached a trade volume of EUR 199 billion Euro (USD 225 billion) – making China Germany‘s biggest trade partner for the thi...
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Financial reform for technology-oriented SMEs

Since 1st January 2018 high-tech enterprises, technology-oriented small- or medium-sized enterprises (SME) and small low-profit enterprises are entitled to further tax reliefs. According to the Chinese ministry of finance, two major measures have bee...
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Chinese Investors’ Interest in German’s Hidden Champions

It is long known that Chinese investors tend to have an appetite for Germany’s small and medium-sized companies. But the takeover of the Swabian concrete pump manufacturer Putzmeister by construction giant Sany from Changsha (长沙) in 2012 brought a ne...
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Small And Medium Enterprises (SMEs) In China

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the driving forces for Chinas economic growth. Since the economic reforms allowed private enterprises to enter the Chinese market, the growth of the SMEsand their significance for the economy continues to grow....
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Delegation from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University visits ECOVIS Beijing

On 17 May 2017, a delegation from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University visited our Beijing Office. The group, which was headed by Prof. Gwendolyn McFadden-Wade and Prof. Brandis Phillips was on a 2-week trip to China, which included s...
ECOVIS Beijing at the Chamber of Commerce in Giessen

ECOVIS Beijing at the Chamber of Commerce in Giessen

Which tax and legal obstacles are there for foreign businesses in China? This question and other issues were discussed on 4 October 2016 at the German Chamber of Commerce in Giessen. On this occasion, Manuela Reintgen, Business Development Manager at...
ECOVIS Beijing, Ecommerce, Breakfast seminar, SME,

9 August 2016 – Breakfast Seminar: E-Commerce

Tuesday, 9 August 2016    Our expert Jakob Loibl will give you an insight into China's booming E-commerce sector. It presents an attractive opportunity for European SMEs to access Chinese markets, allowing them to promote their goods ...

Event Update: Automotive Roundtable

On May 19th, 2016, the Automotive Roundtable, organised by German Inspired Events, took place at the restaurant “Zeit Berlin”. The evening was full of people interested in the automotive industry and eager to learn the valuable insights that the gues...