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  • Following chinadilay.com, since 2017 China is the world’s nº 1 in trade of goods. The growing goes from 24.4 trillion yuan in 2012 to 39.1 trillion yuan in 2021. Currently, it represents almost the 14% pf world’s foreign trade. But not only for exports. The growing of imported goods is larger than 50% from 2012. The number of export-import enterprises in China has grown more than 170% from 2012 and reaches more than 1half a million in 2021. Nearly of 60% of Chinese exports have an important added value (corresponding to mechanical and elecgtrical produ1cts). There are a lot of opportunities. What are you waiting for?
  • The current inflation due in part to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is destabilizing the world economy. More efficient control is essential to maintain competitiveness and purchasing power. It is urgent to adopt measures in the monetary and fiscal fields that contribute to stabilization. Unlike the FED, the European Central Bank only can only act on monetary supply and demand. The fiscal disorder of the EU makes efficient coordination impossible. The massive injection of money by the Fed feeds inflation and with it, inequalities and hunger. Western international financial institutions have little credibility. Let’s hope that the war ends soon and that China’s economic policy can help stabilize the world economy to boost cooperation in the industrial and service fields again.
  • According to https://www.chinadaily.com.cn/ , the reiteration of «China’s commitment to financial market opening-up, the PBOC vowed on Sunday to simplify the procedures for foreign investors to invest in the Chinese market, enlarge the universe of investable assets, improve data disclosure and the business environment, and extend trading hours of the interbank foreign exchange market». All these measures enlarge the horizon to improve a mutual cooperation in an increasing number of industrial and services areas. From jirons98, we can provide an assessment for technological issues of important added value.
  • Following the last bulletin of China Briefing, «according to the recently released economic statistics by the National Bureau of Statistics and the Ministry of Commerce, China’s first quarter (Q1) growth exceeded expectations, with an increase of gross domestic product (GDP) by 4.8 percent and growing inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) by 25.6 percent. Despite new domestic COVID-19 lockdowns and unanticipated geopolitical events, China’s authorities remain optimistic as the country’s high-tech industries and green economy continue to show robustness. New policy interventions also facilitate market openings and raising efficiencies to attract foreign investors.»
  • A general overview covering most scientific and technological areas can be seen in https://www.conferencealerts.net China.php?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIkqaD1P2W8QIVCIfVCh14pgfnEAAYBCAAEgIwhPD_BwE
  • China (Shenzhen) International Logistics and Supply Chain Fair https://10times.com/shenzhen-logistics-transportation.
  • In the readout of the 2022 Government Work Report during the Two Sessions, an economic growth target of “around 5.5 percent” for 2022 was announced. To achieve this economic target, China will implement a new policy combination of tax cut and tax rebate in 2022 to help businesses survive the difficulties, especially smaller enterprises. The supporting measures cover a wide range of tax categories. If you wish more info, please send me a message.
  • 12th China Stellite Navigation Conference will take place on May 26-28th, 2022 in Nanchang: https://www.beidou.org/enannualmeeting.html