To ensure the Chamber provides authoritative advice on China to its members.
1. To arrange relevant briefings on China, 2-3 per quarter.
- particular focus on big picture and cross-cutting issues, to complement the China-related work of the Chamber's other Committees.
- regular briefings on the Chinese economy and politics, and occasional briefings on regional / international relations, including inviting authors of new books to speak where possible.
-organise in-depth briefing series on topics of growing importance, starting with Chinese outward investment.
2. Develop and use wider networks to help deliver advice to members and to reflect their views on China-related issues.
- proactive coordination with other Chamber Committees to ensure Chamber's China offering is joined up.
- develop links to British Chambers in mainland China (Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Southwest), Macao, and Taiwan.
- feed members' views on China business environment issues to bodies which can lobby the Chinese authorities (such as the EU Chamber in Beijing); consider producing our own position paper.
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