More often than not, we hear discussions about China that present it as a uniform block or focus mostly on the national initiatives. However, the truth is that each region and its cities have their own unique economic and regulatory
YCW Brussels chapter launched in the fall of 2015.
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Young China Watchers (YCW) Brussels is recruiting for a Director to join its dynamic leadership team. YCW is an all-volunteer, independent, organisation focused on connecting and educating the next generation of China thought-leaders through forums and other events, including a
Young China Watchers has joined forces with the Alumni Network of the Robert Bosch Foundation to bring to Brussels Jörg Endriss and Sonja Maaß who will, through their book ‘China Kinder’, introduce us to the diverse world of China’s youth.
China’s structural issues, led by aging and the sharp reduction of the return on investment, have made economic reform more urgent than ever. At the same time, experts have predicted the impending collapse of the Chinese banking system for a
Chinese investments in Europe have sky rocketed in recent years. While the pattern emerging across European countries may vary in intensity and across sectors, Europe in general offers attractive assets to a growing China – technology, market access, brand names