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22 September 2022
La CCIC ha fornito un importante contributo informativo a favore di iniziative di sviluppo del...
20 September 2022
23rd China International Industry Fair (CIIF) postponed to November 30th-December 4th.
19 September 2022
Profondo cordoglio per la sua scomparsa e sentita vicinanza ai familiari.
15 September 2022
The Consul General of Italy in Shanghai met with the Italian business community in Suzhou
14 September 2022
Are you interested in joining the Innovation & Technology Working Group (ITWG)?
09 September 2022
L'8 settembre 2022 la Camera di Commercio Italiana in Cina (CCIC) ha incontrato il nuovo Console...
08 September 2022
The Italian Pavilion attracted great interest from the public along with full media coverage both...
07 September 2022
Proseguono gli incontri della Camera di Commercio Italiana in Cina con importanti partners sul ...
05 September 2022
Insights and practical solutions to help EU SMEs deal with scammers when buying online
02 September 2022
The Embassy of Italy to the P.R.C. and the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) are pleased to...
01 September 2022
The fair is generating concrete interest in our companies and promoting future business...
31 August 2022
A constructive dialogue with the Suzhou Xiangcheng Investment Promotion Center
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    Inflation or Deflation? The Particular Case of China’s Housing Market, September 22nd

    22 September 2022
    The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) in partnership with SwissCham, the Embassy of Switzerland and the Benelux Chamber of Commerce is glad to invite you to the online webinar “Inflation or Deflation? The Particular Case of China’s Housing Market” on Thursday, September 22nd, 4:00-5:00 pm (Beijing Time).   BACKGROUND As inflation is raising quickly around the world, financial markets are on high alert. How is China exposed to inflation and other potential risks? Is the secular trend of the housing market losing steam? And is it facing deflation in asset price? What are its implications for different sectors and financial stability? In this webinar, Ms Suzanne Streit, Deputy Head of the Economic, Financial and Commercial Section of the Swiss Embassy, will be talking with Prof Ning Zhu, Deputy Dean and Professor of Finance at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, a Faculty Fellow at the Yale University International Center for Finance and author of the best-seller “China’s Guaranteed Bubble”, helping us understand the critical issues mentioned above.   EVENT DETAILS Date: September 22nd, 2022 Time: 4:00 – 5:00 pm (Beijing Time) Place: Online via Zoom Language: English Price: Free of charge (CICC Members) / 100 RMB (Non-Members) Interest in joining? Click here to register. Any problems? Contact us at    SPEAKERS Suzanne Streit, Deputy Head of Economic, Financial and Commercial Section, Embassy of Switzerland in the People’s Republic of China Ms Suzanne Streit joined the Swiss Embassy in Beijing in August 2019 as Deputy Head of the Economic, Financial and Commercial Section. As the Financial Counsellor in the Embassy, she mainly covers the financial and fiscal related topics, alongside with supporting the Section on managing the bilateral economic agenda and overseeing the protection of the Swiss interests in economical fields. Before her current assignment to Beijing, she served as Deputy Regional Coordinator at the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs in Berne between 2016 and 2019. Prior to joining the Swiss Diplomatic Service in 2015, Suzanne Streit had been working as a political analyst at the Embassy of Japan in Switzerland.   Ning Zhu, Deputy Dean and Professor of Finance at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, faculty fellow at the Yale University International Center for Finance Ning Zhu is a deputy dean and professor of finance at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, and a faculty fellow at the Yale University International Center for Finance. He was the Oceanwide Professor of finance and deputy director at the National Institute of Financial Research at Tsinghua University and a tenured professor of finance at the University of California. Professor Zhu is a global leading expert on China’s economy and financial markets, behavioural finance, investments, and corporate finance. He has published numerous articles in leading journals in the finance, economics, management, and legal fields.    
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    [Members Only] STWG Elections 2022-24: Candidates Announcement

    26 September 2022
    Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is pleased to announce the candidates for the role of Coordinator and Vice Coordinator of the Sport and Tourism Working Group (STWG).  STWG members can now cast their vote until September 25th at 4:00 pm (Beijing Time). We remind you that the elected candidates will be announced during the Sport and Tourism Working Group Online Meeting on September 26th at 4:00 pm (Beijing time).   CONTENT OF THE MEETING We will open the meeting with the presentation of the NEW Sport and Tourism Working Group Brochure and the latest trends regarding the Chinese Tourism Market.  Download the brochure here.   CANDIDATES Coordinator Lorella Brienza (BIO) Manager, VFS Global - West China Italy Visa Application Center Vice Coordinator Ying Ruohan (BIO) Board of Directors, Inter Milan Football Club   VOTING PROCESS Each Member of the STWG can vote for n.1 candidate for Coordinator and n.1 candidate for Vice Coordinator by sending an email to within 24 hours prior to the date of the election (proxies are not accepted). The vote is secret and is cast only through the above-described process. Only Members of the STWG who have completed the membership process more than 10 days before the date of the elections are entitled to vote. Please note that the elected Coordinator and Vice Coordinators will stay in charge for two years and must be regularly subscribed to CICC for the entire period. To consult CICC Working Groups' General Rules please click here.   ATTEND THE MEETING To attend the online meeting you can send an email to or click here by Monday, September 26th at 3:00 pm. Please note that the Working Group Meetings are open to CICC Members only.   CICC WORKING GROUPS The Working Groups bring together representatives of companies operating in the same sector or located in the same geographical area. The aim is to share information, resources and ideas, organize relevant activities for the companies, and build sectorial expertise within the CICC in order to attract interest both in China and in Italy to benefit companies not present on Chinese territory yet.  Do you want to be part of the Sport and Tourism Working Group? Send an email to    
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