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The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China in partnership with MERICS have recently published a joint report on the current and potential costs of decoupling. CCI FRANCE CHINE, in partnership with Benelux Chamber and Swiss Cham, is delighted to invite you to a session to deep dive on this topic and explore the challenges that it presents.

The report "Decoupling: Severed Ties and Patchwork Globalisation" covers four main themes of decoupling, broken down across nine sections: macro (political and financial); trade (supply chains and critical inputs); innovation (standards and R&D); and data and networks (data, network equipment and telecommunications services).

All these pose significant risks. From China's vow to become self-reliant in strategic, high-technology sectors, to US-China trade and tech war, the business environment already evolved in a way that impacted European companies operating in China. During this session, we will approach the ongoing trends, how they may evolve and how businesses can prepare, as well as aspects European businesses could turn to their advantage.

6:00 pm - 6:30 pm: Welcome of the participants

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm: Presentation and Q&A

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm: Cocktail


Charlotte Roule

CEO of ENGIE China

Bruno Weill

Chief Group Representative for China at BNP Paribas


CCI France Chine
Shanghai Office
2/F Mayfair Tower, 83 Fu Min Road

Shanghai, China

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