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Facing the dragon

Will China hold the keys of the green economy?


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To which extent can China and the EU be partners and/or competitors on the future of industry? Does China have the capacity to outgrow Europe’s blooming Green industry? Do we have to be afraid of that? Or does a cooperative approach work better than a zero-sum-game perspective? China does face huge challenges in reaching its goals - the EU is beginning a continental industrial policy. What could be priorities for cooperation and what should be the problems between both sides to be tackled with particular attention? It's time for Europe to get its act together 08:30 Registration at the ASP Building entrance 09:00 -10.00 Panel I: THE FACTS, chaired by Reinhard Bütikofer MEP

China's impact on EU's industrial policy: the cases of energy, patents and standards

  1. The EU's energy strategy towards China, Paula Abreu Marques, Head of International Relations, Directorate-General for Energy
  2. Politics and development of China's patents system : Dr. Huang, Merit University Maastrich
  3. Current Trend of EU-China cooperation in matters of standards : Diana Dus, Cen-Cenelec
10:00 -11.15 Panel II: DISCUSSION, chaired by Philippe Lamberts MEP

Facing the dragon: China's challenges to Europe's industry

Jonathan Holslag, Brussels Institute for Contemporary Chinese Studies (BICCS) and François-Nicolas Boquet, Association Française des Entreprises Privées (AFEP) 11:15 - 11:30 Conclusion by Yannick Jadot MEP, rapporteur for the ITRE opinion on "EU and China: Unbalanced Trade?" Please register by Monday 10th October.

For further information, please contact:
laurence.vandewalle@europarl.europa.eu

Affronter le dragon

La Chine détient-elle les clés de l'économie verte?


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(Programme uniquement disponible en anglais)

 

To which extent can China and the EU be partners and/or competitors on the future of industry? Does China have the capacity to outgrow Europe’s blooming Green industry? Do we have to be afraid of that? Or does a cooperative approach work better than a zero-sum-game perspective? China does face huge challenges in reaching its goals - the EU is beginning a continental industrial policy. What could be priorities for cooperation and what should be the problems between both sides to be tackled with particular attention? It's time for Europe to get its act together

08:30 Registration at the ASP Building entrance

09:00 -10.00 Panel I: THE FACTS, chaired by Reinhard Bütikofer MEP

China's impact on EU's industrial policy: the cases of energy, patents and standards

  1. The EU's energy strategy towards China, Paula Abreu Marques, Head of International Relations, Directorate-General for Energy
  2. Politics and development of China's patents system : Dr. Huang, Merit University Maastricht
  3. Current Trend of EU-China cooperation in matters of standards : Diana Dus, Cen-Cenelec

10:00 -11.30 Panel II: DISCUSSION, chaired by Philippe Lamberts MEP

Facing the dragon: China's challenges to Europe's industry

Jonathan Holslag, Brussels Institute for Contemporary Chinese Studies (BICCS) and François-Nicolas Boquet, Association Française des Entreprises Privées (AFEP)

11:30 - 12:00 Conclusion by Yannick Jadot MEP, rapporteur for the ITRE opinion on "EU and China: Unbalanced Trade?"

Please register by Thursday 6th October.

For further information, please contact:
laurence.vandewalle@europarl.europa.eu

Im Angesicht des Drachen!

Ist China bei den grünen Technologien die entscheidene Nasenlänge voraus?


SEE THE DOCUMENTATION OF THE EVENT

To which extent can China and the EU be partners and/or competitors on the future of industry? Does China have the capacity to outgrow Europe’s blooming Green industry? Do we have to be afraid of that? Or does a cooperative approach work better than a zero-sum-game perspective? China does face huge challenges in reaching its goals - the EU is beginning a continental industrial policy. What could be priorities for cooperation and what should be the problems between both sides to be tackled with particular attention? It's time for Europe to get its act together

08:30 Registration at the ASP Building entrance

09:00 -10.00 Panel I: THE FACTS, chaired by Reinhard Bütikofer MEP

China's impact on EU's industrial policy: the cases of energy, patents and standards

  1. The EU's energy strategy towards China, Paula Abreu Marques, Head of International Relations, Directorate-General for Energy
  2. Politics and development of China's patents system : Dr. Huang, Merit University Maastricht
  3. Current Trend of EU-China cooperation in matters of standards : Diana Dus, Cen-Cenelec

10:00 -11.30 Panel II: DISCUSSION, chaired by Philippe Lamberts MEP

Facing the dragon: China's challenges to Europe's industry

Jonathan Holslag, Brussels Institute for Contemporary Chinese Studies (BICCS) and François-Nicolas Boquet, Association Française des Entreprises Privées (AFEP)

11:30 - 12:00 Conclusion by Yannick Jadot MEP, rapporteur for the ITRE opinion on "EU and China: Unbalanced Trade?"

Please register by Thursday 6th October.

For further information, please contact:
laurence.vandewalle@europarl.europa.eu