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SME Roundtable on Market Access - Prague

18/01/2012

During the SME Roundtable the following topics will be discussed:  Major obstacles in accessing the Chinese Market; Forms of co-operation with Chinese partners; Jüan and its role in the trade with China; Intercultural aspects: specifics of Chinese business etiquette.

 

The Czech Chamber of Commerce is the host and organiser of the last SME Roundtable foreseen in the framework of the Understanding China programme. The event will take place on 18 January 2012 in Prague.

During the SME Roundtable the following topics will be discussed:
 

  • Major obstacles in accessing the Chinese Market (How to tackle the major barriers and adjust to them?)
  • Forms of co-operation with Chinese partners (How to choose the most convenient form of co-operation?)
  • Jüan and its role in the trade with China (How to deal with strong RMB?)
  • Intercultural aspects: specifics of Chinese business etiquette (How to negotiate with Chinese partners successfully?)

Participants of the RT will recruit from among representatives of SMEs interested in doing business in China as well as experts from public administration, NGOs and academia.

During the discussion, the recommendations for EU policy-makers and for SMEs investing and doing business with China will be collected and published in the event report.
  

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