On the morning of September 27th, Minister Schultz visited Tsinghua University where universities, companies and the government presented their views on developments in autonomous and connected driving in China.
Minister Schultz kicked off her visit on Monday September 26 with a bilateral meeting at the Ministry of Water Resources.
Last Saturday, on the 17th of September, an “Aids walk” was organized on the Juewei Mountain near Taiyuan, the capital of Shanxi province.
At this year’s key creative industry event in China’s capital, the Beijing Design Week (23 Sept. – 7 Oct.), a broad range of art and design disciplines from the Netherlands will be featured, ranging from lighting to photography to ceramics to architecture and urban planning.
The EU is negotiating an investment treaty with China. This treaty aims to improve the bilateral investment relations and to contribute to a fairer, more transparent and more predictable regulatory framework for investors in the European and Chinese market.
Minister Schultz of Infrastructure and the Environment will be making a working visit to Beijing from Monday 26 September to Wednesday 28 September.
The Embassy and the Consulates-General of the Kingdom of Netherlands to China are closed on Thursday 15 September because of the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations. We will reopen for business as usual on Friday 9 September.
The People’s Government of Beijing Municipality has decided to conduct a trial air defense warning in part of the Beijing areas on Saturday September 17.
Dutch companies in China are doing well and some even expect better results in the future. This does not mean, however, that they encounter no challenges in China's business climate. Yesterday, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands presented the key findings of the third bi-annual business survey.
The Dutch Embassy in Beijing will be closed on Thursday September 8th, due to annual teambuilding activities. The Embassy is open again as usual from Friday September 9th.