Advocacy Actions

2020-08-05 > Beijing

Meeting with DG Grow First Counsellor on Lobby Letters Advocating Business Restart of Cruise

On 5th August Shipbuilding Working Group vice Chair, Mr. Tiger Yong, and Working Group Coordinator, Ms Charlotte Svensson, met with Mr. Frank Schmiedel, First Counsellor, DG GROW to brief him about the lobby letters sent to Chinese authorities and on the general situation for foreign cruise operators in China.

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2020-08-05 > Beijing, Shanghai

Submitted Comments on CBIRC’s Draft “Guidance on Implementing Comprehensive Reformation of Vehicle Insurance”

Upon the circulation of the draft within its relevant working group members, the Insurance working group on 5th August submitted comments for consideration of the CBIRC.

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2020-08-05 > Shanghai

Meeting with the Secretary-General of the Remanufacture Committee of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CPRA)

MOFCOM: Detailed Rules for the Implementation of Administrative Measures for the Recovery of Scrapped Motor Vehicles and the developments of Implementation of Administrative Measures for Remanufacturing Industry

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2020-08-05 > Shanghai

Meeting with the Secretary-General of the Remanufacture Committee of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CPRA)

Implementation Administrative Measures for Remanufacturing Industry was discussed including round table to further exchange

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2020-07-31 > Beijing

Meeting with Food Evaluation Centre, the State Administration of Market Regulation

European Chamber representatives of the Paediatric Nutrition and FSMP sub-working groups paid a visit to the Food Evaluation Centre, the State Administration of Market Regulation. Mr. Dake NIE, Deputy Director, as well Ms. Jihong LONG and Ms. Shaowei DENG, Division Director of Food Evaluation Centre welcomed the industry delegation. The participants discussed the issue of consular certification on overseas applicant's authorization letter for the infant formula recipe and FSMP product registration, modification and renewal.

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2020-07-30 > Shanghai

Deputy Director General of the Hubei Provincial Department of Commerce Visits the Chamber to Discuss Future Cooperation

Deputy Director General of the Hubei Provincial Department of Commerce Visits the Chamber to Discuss Future Cooperation

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2020-07-30 > Beijing, Shanghai

Meeting with Frank Schmiedel, DG Grow

On July 30, Shanghai's Working Group Coordinator for Construction, Pablo Galvez, met with Frank Schmiedel, DG GROW at the EU Delegation, to discuss the negotiations surrounding the government procurement agreement and how to better get input from member on the issue of procurement in China.

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2020-07-30 > Beijing, Shanghai

PCR Working Group joined meeting with MEE to discuss transition from Order 7 to Order 12

On 30 July, the national chair of the PCR Working Group joined an online meeting organised by the MEE to discuss the transition between Order 7 and Order 12 Environmental Management Registration Measures for New Chemical Substances.

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2020-07-29 > Beijing, Shanghai

Dinner between the Banking & Securities Working Group and the European Delegation

On July 29, from 6 to 9 pm, representatives from the Banking & Securities Working Group had a discussion with key counterparts from the EU Delegation on key issues of the industry to advocate looking forward as well as how to better coordinate a common strategy.

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2020-07-28 > Beijing

Meeting with UNICEF and Gates Foundation on Call to Action of BMS Code Compliance

On June 25, the Call to Action was put forth by eight international organisations (WHO, UNICEF, Helen Keller International, Save the Children, 1,000 Days, BRAC, FHI360 and FHI Solutions), inviting all manufacturers of breastmilk substitutes (BMS) to make a public commitment to and achieve full compliance with the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and all its subsequent resolutions (the WHO Code) by 2030.

To better understand the Call to Action, the Secretariat had a meeting with representatives from UNICEF and Gates Foundation. During the meeting, UNICEF proposed to organise a meeting with the industry to have the Meridian Institution and the Access to Nutrition Initiative (ATNI) introduce more information on the Call to Action.

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