China’s outbound M&A activities and investments in Europe is breaking records in recent years. Through direct investments or M&A’s one can expand their business in a relatively short way by using the existing successful management, distribution channels and brand name.
In July 2016, the European Commission published the ‘Decarbonisation EU Strategy 2050’, a range of strategies to accelerate the transition to CO2 reduction across all sectors in Europe. Further legislation to reduce the CO2 emissions will lead to the inevitable use of electric vehicles in the future.
Since the General Aviation industry has been highlighted in the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2021) as a “strategic emerging industry”, China’s GA business is booming. Development and growth in the GA industry create huge opportunities for suppliers, manufacturers, service providers, airport designers and constructors, flying schools, consumers and in fact everybody in the GA chain.
Since the Chinese government carried out national health care reforms, China’s healthcare spending is increasing rapidly. Demand for healthcare is growing fast, thanks to an ageing population, urbanisation, growth in individual wealth and advancement on both basic and private medical insurance.
The Netherlands is a world leader in the innovative top sectors: horticulture, Agri-food, Water, Life sciences and health, Chemicals High Tech, Energy, Logistics and Creative industries. Among companies in these sectors are many business and collaboration opportunities available.
Art is timeless and not bound by national borders. With China’s rapid economic development, more and wealthier Chinese collectors are increasingly collecting and buying Western Art. Nowadays, China becomes the biggest art market in the world since 2016, recording to $ 4.8 billion in auction sales. Chinese collectors are set to be world’s’ biggest buyers in the coming years.