After two days of political summits and economic contacts in Beijing, the Belgian economic mission has just arrived in Shanghai, the economic and financial heart of China. In addition to research and innovation, e-commerce, bio-tech and the luxury goods sector are also high on the agenda. All this will result in about thirty commercial agreements between Belgian and Chinese partners, which will hopefully give a positive boost to our bilateral trade relations in the future.
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On the eve of the Belgian Economic Mission in China, the large Belgian delegation is preparing for a well stocked program in the Chinese capital. In addition to the various official meetings with top Chinese politicians and the Asian Infrastructure and Development Bank (AIIB), numerous business contacts are also taking place in a wide range of sectors. These result in over forty official and commercial agreements between Belgian and Chinese partners.
From 17 to 22 November, Princess Astrid, representing the King, will lead a Belgian economic mission to China. With 632 participants, it will be the largest economic mission ever. The wide range of registered companies and the extensive programme reflect the great interest of our companies, universities and research centres in the opportunities that China has to offer. In addition to the promotion of exports and investments, intercultural and political relations between our two countries will also be central to the princely mission.
Statement by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini on the 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square event.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders welcomes the launch today, 6th of June 2018, of the first direct passengers flight between the Brussels-South (Charleroi) airport and Hong Kong by the new Belgian airline Air Belgium. The company intends to increase the frequency from two flights per week to three in July and four in October.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders met his Chinese counterpart WANG Yi on Friday for a constructive and open exchange on Belgian-Chinese bilateral relations and international issues as North-Korea, Iran and trade policy.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Didier Reynders welcomes yet another air link with China. Starting on Sunday 25th of March, Cathay Pacific will operate direct flights from Brussels to Hong Kong. From now on, our capital and the main decision centers of EU and NATO will be directly connected with the main financial hub in Asia. 4 direct flights a week are foreseen. The total number of direct connections with China amounts at 4 and soon we are to expect yet another one.
Starting from today, direct flights will connect every Tuesday and Thursday Brussels with Shenzhen. Deputy prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders welcomes the opening by Hainan Airlines of this third new direct flight between Belgium and China.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier welcome the direct flights connecting Brussels and Shanghai since Wednesday morning October 25th. This date coincides neatly with the 46th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Belgium and the People´s Republic of China.