Even though the Chinese economy is facing both internal and external pressure, such as the China-US Trade War, statistics from Reuters show that the economy has grown with 6.6% in 2018. Over the past year we also experienced several new regulations being introduced, such as the IIT Law, the New Negative List and Foreign Direct Investment Law (to be introduced in 2019), which will have influence on foreign businesses in China.'
How have the companies from Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg ("the Benelux") performed in China against this backdrop? How have they performed among their peers and what are their expectations for 2019?
The questionnaire for the Sino Benelux Business Survey 2019 has been CLOSED. You can download the report via the button below:.
The survey is completely anonymous, meaning we will not require you to fill in any information which can be linked to your company or person. All data derived from this questionnaire will remain strictly confidential and will not be shared with any other third-party.
This year we have cut the number of questions of the survey in half. This means it should only take about 5-10 minutes to complete the survey. Please click on the link above to participate.
About the Survey
The Sino Benelux Business Survey is organized by the Benelux Chamber of Commerce in China, supported by the official representations of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg in China and in partnership with MS Advisory.
The results of the survey will be presented in a comprehensive report, which will be shared with the Benelux community. The results will also be presented across the Benelux communities in China in Beijing, Pearl River Delta (PRD), Shanghai and within the Benelux.
Please click on the following link to see the results of last year: