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Understanding China is a programme co-funded by the European Commission and implemented by EUROCHAMBRES together with Friends of Europe, Antwerp Management School, Unioncamere, ACFCI, Rotterdam Chamber of Commerce, Madrid Official Chamber of Commerce, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, Czech Chamber of Commerce, Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, Malta Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise, and EUobserver.com. Contact Understanding China

 

EUROCHAMBRES

Overall project coordination - Promotion of the programme - Recruitment & selection for the training 
Website: www.eurochambres.eu 
    

Antwerp Management School (AMS) 

 
Training programme 
Website: www.antwerpmanagementschool.be
 

Friends of Europe

China Advisory Council - High-level Policy Summits - Understanding China website
Website: www.friendsofeurope.org
 

EUObserver

China in the news
Website: http://euobserver.com
 

Unioncamere  

SME Roundtable
Website: www.unioncamere.it
 

French CCI

SME Roundtable
Website: www.cci.fr/web/portail-acfci/accueil
 

Rotterdam CCI

SME Roundtable
Website: http://www.kvk.nl/
 

Madrid CCI

SME Roundtable
Website: www.camaramadrid.es
 

Hamburg CCI

SME Roundtable
Website: www.hk24.de
 

Czech CCI

SME Roundtable
Website: www.komora.cz
 

Stockholm CCI

SME Roundtable
Website: www.chamber.se
 

Malta CCI

SME Roundtable
Website: www.maltacci.com

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Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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