1. China Losing Appeal as European Firms Rethink Future Investments  Bloomberg
  2. European business group warns of loss of confidence in China  CNA
  3. European companies lean toward Chinese market as demand for sustainable shipments grow amid global turbulences  Global Times
  4. European businesses are rethinking their plans for a 'closed' China  CNBC
  5. Zero-COVID harming 75% of European firms in China: Business group  CNA
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BEIJING: China's "inflexible" and "inconsistent" zero-COVID policy is crippling European business operations in the country, a major business lobby said Wednesday (Sep 21), warning that the presence of the companies "can no longer be taken for granted". The report by the European Union's Chamber of CommercBEIJING: China's "inflexible" and "inconsistent" zero-COVID policy is crippling European business operations in the country, a major business lobby said Wednesday (Sep 21), warning that the presence of the companies "can no longer be taken for granted". The report by the European Union's Chamber of Commerc

Zero-COVID harming 75% of European firms in China: Business group - CNA

European Union Chamber of Commerce says companies increasingly view China as “less predictable, reliable and efficient”.European Union Chamber of Commerce says companies increasingly view China as “less predictable, reliable and efficient”.

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Spending by European companies on new factories and other “greenfield” investments, long a key source of capital and technology for the Chinese economy, is falling steeply.Spending by European companies on new factories and other “greenfield” investments, long a key source of capital and technology for the Chinese economy, is falling steeply.

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After decades in which China felt like a one way bet for European firms, market conditions have become far more challenging due to restrictive COVID-19 policies, slowing economic growth and rising geopolitical tensions. Against this increasingly uncertain backdrop, we have taken a close look at European (EU+UK) FDI in China to assess the current state […]

The Chosen Few: A Fresh Look at European FDI in China | Rhodium Group

In early September, the Chinese battery manufacturer company CATL sealed the building and development of its own factory in Debrecen, Hungary. CATL’s investment project is worth 7,34 billion euros. Apart from strengthening ties with the Hungarian economy and local population, it could also be an example of how Silk Road rail could develop in aIn early September, the Chinese battery manufacturer company CATL sealed the building and development of its own factory in Debrecen, Hungary. CATL’s investment project is worth 7,34 billion euros. Apart from strengthening ties with the Hungarian economy and local population, it could also be an example of how Silk Road rail could develop in a

Can Chinese industrial investments in Europe shift the Silk Road landscape? | RailFreight.com

I'm optimistic about China-EU cooperation in the sense that I still believe in both sides, there are enough people interested in finding bright spots and positive topics on the picture of bilateral ties: president of the EU Chamber of Commerce

China is akin to a fitness club for European companies that drives us to be faster, better: president of the EU Chamber of Commerce - Global Times

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A report on European Foreign Direct Investment in China indicates that it is increasingly dominated by a small number of large companies.

German firms lead a shrinking group of European investors in China - CGTN

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The European Chamber of Commerce warned on Wednesday that companies were losing confidence on investing in China.The rest of the world has remained committed to globalisation over the past year, but China has turned inward, European Chamber of Commerce president Joerg Wuttke said.

EU Chamber Says Firms Losing Confidence in China

Shanghai, China, Sep 21 (EFE).- China is putting ideology before economic growth and is “moving away” from the rest of the world, something that could cloud the environment for business, the country’s European Union Chamber of Commerce said n its annual report, Wednesday. The dossier, entitled ‘Ideology prevails over the economy,’ said that this last …

China is putting ideology before economy: European companies - La Prensa Latina Media

Once skeptical of America's sharp rhetoric against China, the EU is now on board.Once skeptical of America's sharp rhetoric against China, the EU is now on board.

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Beijing's "COVID zero" policy and fears over a possible Taiwan conflict have done little to discourage European companies from investing in the world's second-biggest economy.Beijing's "COVID zero" policy and fears over a possible Taiwan conflict have done little to discourage European companies from investing in the world's second-biggest economy.

Even as China loses its luster, European companies continue to invest | The Japan Times

European investment in China is growing more concentrated with a handful of large firms particularly from Germany doubling down on their bets while virtually no new players seek to enter the market, according to a new report by research organization Rhodium Group.European investment in China is growing more concentrated with a handful of large firms particularly from Germany doubling down on their bets while virtually no new players seek to enter the market, according to a new report by research organization Rhodium Group.

European investment in China concentrates more on handful of large firms -report | Reuters