The ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine has troubled the aviation sector. What are the wider implications for British businesses in China?
In this article, Shengke Zhi, Director of Strategy and Development for Wood outlines challenges China currently faces in accelerating the use of hydrogen, and highlights the importance of ‘establishing hydrogen-based industrial decarbonisation demonstration programmes’.
As the voice of British business in China, the British Chamber of Commerce in China conducted a pulse survey to understand the impact and potential economic implications. This survey was conducted on Thursday 10th to Friday 11th of March. It cannot be categorised as truly representative of all British businesses (35 responses), but despite a small sample size, the data provides a useful snapshot of British companies’ experiences and responses.
Analysing the key takeaways, facts and figures from the 2022 Government Work Report, and what these mean for British businesses
The British Chamber has partnered with Herbert Smith Freehills to bring you an introduction to China’s National Green Power Trading Market - what is to be traded, who can participate, and how does it all work?
As 2022 begins, we’re running you through some of the major developments that we’ll be watching for in the next year, and what British businesses in China need to keep in mind. Read on to find out what the key trends will be in 2022 in UK-China relations, pandemic issues, climate change, and many other key issues.