Fourty years after the start of the Open Door Policy by Deng Xiaoping, the process of reforms in China is still incomplete on many fronts, such as the opening to foreign businesses investment and trade. The difficulty of access to the market, in general, and the total closure of some sectors, coupled with the domain of the large public enterprises, represent a growing brake for the European companies investing in or trading with China. This meeting is inspired by the recommendations developed by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China - and collected in a Position Paper recently published - in order to overcome such reform deficit.
Breakfast Briefings are update, in-depth and networking meetings on topical issues of The Centre for Business Scenarios by ISPI and also in collaboration with Assolombarda, on topical issues regarding the international economic and political scene.
These meetings address businesses, with the aim of detecting emerging trends, to identify both opportunities and structural risk factors.
The lenght and the restricted format of the meetings ensure debate and discussion with the experts and interaction among participants. Attendance is limited and by invitation only.