19th & 20th October 2015 | Beijing, China
ICC2015 - The business forum to develop China-EU partnerships and outbound investments
Unique partnerships and dialogue between China and the EU
The ICC develops business partnerships and promotes economic dialogue between China and the EU. The outcome of the ICC is to build two-way investments between China and the EU. The ICC offers Chinese outbound companies a unique Pan-EU network from which to gain access and to develop opportunities.
The event format is built on world class, Davos level speakers, with high quality content, attracting business leaders and policy makers, combined with real business outcomes.
Energy and investment at the centre
In 2015 the ICC is putting energy and energy investing at the centre of our discussions. We will discuss China’s and the EU carbon emission targets and the implications for the energy mix. We will review how the EU can support China’s unprecedented drive for sustainable urban growth. We will examine the opportunities for investments into the continental North Sea shelf and China- EU energy partnerships in Africa. We will explore opportunities for China outbound investment into EU’s energy infrastructure. As always we will also discuss China’s financial sector liberalisation, and the development of China’s outbound investment across the EU.
To date, more than 2,000 companies from China and across the EU have met at the ICC capitals of London, Paris and Beijing. We look forward to welcoming you to the world class 6th ICC in Beijing on 19th & 20th October.
ICC 2015 is the world-leading event for European and Chinese business leaders who understand the need to connect globally and work together for a prosperous and sustainable future.
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