The Italy-China Foundation, CeSIF and the Emilia Romagna Region are organizing a webinar to present the new edition of the "China 2020 Annual Report. Scenarios and prospects for businesses". The digital seminar, organized in collaboration with Art-er and the Italian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, is scheduled for Thursday 17 September at 10.30.
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10.30 Institutional greetings
Vincenzo Colla, Councilor for economic development and green economy, work, training
Marco Bettin, Italy China Foundation Operations Director
10.40 Presentation of the Annual Report
Filippo Fasulo, Director of CeSIF (Business Studies Center of the Italy China Foundation)
11.00 Thematic focus
Alessia Pastori, Associate Partner EY China Business Group (automotive sector)
Emanuele Vitali, Co-Founder and Managing Director Eastmedia - Triboo Group (digital sector)
11.20 Company testimonials
Riccardo Rubbiani, CEO & Co-Founder Sell In-To China
Davide Dalle Fusine, General Manager Chiesi Pharmaceutical (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Moderated by Ruben Sacerdoti, Head of the Attraction and Internationalization Service -RER
The Report - prepared by CeSIF, the Business Studies Center of the Italy China Foundation - is the most complete and quoted outlook on China currently present in Italy, aimed at showing the prospects for Italian companies in China. The volume presents the political, economic and business access scenarios in China, with an in-depth analysis of the sectors of greatest interest for Italian companies and investment opportunities for Chinese companies in Italy.
The 2020 edition of the Annual Report consists of 301 pages, 202 graphs and 34 tables. The publication includes seven sections: the first five report a country risk analysis from a political, macroeconomic and business environment point of view. The sixth presents the main sectoral implications and opportunities for foreign companies in China, with particular reference to Italian ones. Specifically, 10 sectors are analyzed: food and beverage, healthcare, retail, luxury goods, environmental protection, chemicals, machinery, automotive, media and entertainment, furniture. The last chapter presents opportunities in Italy: Chinese tourism and shopping, investments and incoming students from China.