Please note that the webinar will be held on Tuesday 24th March, at 17:00 (China Time) and 09:00 (UK Time)
This is an opportunity to engage in new conversations with British businesses based in China and working from the UK that are committed to the bilateral relationship, especially during this difficult period of the Covid-19 outbreak. Discussion would not be solely focused on the virus outbreak, but will aim to highlight the importance of continued cooperation around UK-China trade and on-going opportunities.
This webinar will be available for viewing shortly after it's conclusion. You can register and join the webinar for free, at the below link.
Please submit any questions you have for H.E. Ambassador via the registration link.
President Xi Jinping recent telephone conversation with Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussing the "Golden Era"
China's response to the COVID-19. The WHO has openly commended China for monumental efforts in responding to the virus, how can UK and China cooperate to fight the virus
Longer term cooperation. How can we strengthen China-UK relationship moving forward
H.E. Ambassador Liu Xiaoming outlook for the new British government and the new cabinet, especially in relation to engagement with China
Encouraging more Chinese outbound investment post-Brexit (particularly in areas of current high investment; education, built environment amongst many other industries)
COP 26 - sustainability and environmental protection (particularly how British and Chinese can contribute)
Huawei and 5G
Areas of BRI cooperation
The British Chamber launched its Webinar Series with a Q&A with Her Majesty's Ambassador to China Dame Barbara Woodward DCMG OBE on 13th February, 2020. Click here to see full recording.
We also invited Her Majesty's Trade Commissioner for China Richard Burn to join our second webinar discussing measures that the UK government have put in place to support British businesses in China amid Covid-19 outbreak. Click here to watch webinar recording.