The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China ( is the independent voice of EU businesses in China, Mr. Jacques de Boisséson, President of this institution; visited IE Business School on September 30, 2010, to give an overview of the current investment climate in China to IE Alumni.

The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, founded on 19th October 2000, was established to give European businesses a common voice across different business sectors, nationalities and regions of China.  Through regular dialogues with both the Chinese and European government, the Chamber conveys the operational business concerns of European companies and makes suggestions for improvements to policy-makers.

In his presentation, Mr. Boisséson talked about the conclusions of the “European Business in China Position Paper”, a document that compiles the latest assessments, concerns and recommendations for European Business Operations in China. For the complete article regarding this event, click here.