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CBBC Member Malvern College celebrates the launch of new school in Hong Kong

CBBC Member Malvern College celebrates the launch of new school in Hong Kong

28/02/2017

Malvern College, one the UK’s leading independent boarding schools, launched its fifth international campus, Malvern College Hong Kong, which will open in September 2018, at an event attended by 80 VIPs and guests at The Oriental Club in London on Wednesday 22nd February 2017.

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Shangri-La offer for CBBC members

Shangri-La offer for CBBC members

23/02/2017

Shangri-La Hotels: a true business partner in China, and a unique offer for CBBC members

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CBBC co-hosts successful All Party Parliamentary China Group New Year Reception

CBBC co-hosts successful All Party Parliamentary China Group New Year Reception

01/02/2017

On January 31st, CBBC co-hosted another successful All Party Parliamentary China Group reception to welcome the Year of the Rooster at the Pavilion Terrace in the House of Commons.

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CBBC hosts Burns Supper welcoming the Year of the Rooster

CBBC hosts Burns Supper welcoming the Year of the Rooster

31/01/2017

For the 4th year in succession, CBBC’s Chinese Burns Supper didn’t fail to impress. Hosted by CBBC Vice-Chair Sir Tom Troubridge, a packed Castle Suite at The Caledonian Hotel in Edinburgh’s West End.

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CBBC Welcomes More New Members

CBBC Welcomes More New Members

27/01/2017

More than 20 delegates from newly joined China-Britain Business Council (CBBC) member companies attended the CBBC New Members’ Welcome Lunch on 26th January at our London headquarters.

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Levelling the playing field: a review of China’s SME Promotion Act

Levelling the playing field: a review of China’s SME Promotion Act

24/01/2017

Life can be tough for SMEs in any market. Trying to make an impact whilst competing with big players is difficult enough, but add to that the challenges of getting payments from big clients, accessing global supply chains and ICT platforms, recruiting the brightest talent, managing bureaucracy and regulation, getting access to finance, and funding expensive IP defence and other legal remedies… A successful SME is truly something to admire. 

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CBBC hosts celebratory reception marking first trip of China-UK freight train

CBBC hosts celebratory reception marking first trip of China-UK freight train

19/01/2017

The China-Britain Business Council (CBBC) was pleased to welcome the arrival of the first freight train from China to arrive in the UK at the Barking Rail Freight Terminal in East London on Wednesday, 18th January 2017.

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UK businesses meet outbound companies in Shanghai at CBBC Belt and Road seminar

UK businesses meet outbound companies in Shanghai at CBBC Belt and Road seminar

18/01/2017

As the last leg of a series of events to launch its China-Britain Belt and Road Case Studies Report around China, CBBC held a seminar at the British Centre in Shanghai on 16 January, attended by 20 of the top British and Chinese companies active in countries along the Belt and Road routes, as well as senior officials including Tony Clemson, the UK’s deputy consul-general in Shanghai, Jeff Astle, executive director of the China-Britain Business Council, and Madam Zhong Xiaomin, vice-chair of the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce.

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Belt and Road initiative ‘can become biggest part of UK-China relationship’ says CBBC Chief Executive

Belt and Road initiative ‘can become biggest part of UK-China relationship’ says CBBC Chief Executive

16/01/2017

The chief executive of the China-Britain Business Council was invited to give a lecture at Beijing’s prestigious Tsinghua University on 13 January at a special Sino-UK seminar on trade and investment cooperation under China’s ‘Belt and Road’ initiative (BRI).

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A new dawn: what does the Year of the Rooster hold for international schools?

A new dawn: what does the Year of the Rooster hold for international schools?

16/01/2017

The Year of the Monkey saw an increase in the number of international and dual-curriculum schools across China, a sensitive and previously unregulated field. The government reacted by implementing new regulations for compulsory education (age 6 to 15), known as the Third Amendment, which notably includes policies to safeguard some of the Chinese elements of the curriculum in the face of parents’ growing appetite for international-style schooling.

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