Contact us

Sweden-China Trade Council
Box 55680
102 15 Stockholm
Phone: +46 8 22 68 88
Visit: Näringslivets Hus, Storgatan 19, Stockholm

SCTC reports and documents

Annual report 2017

Sweden-China Trade Council’s Annual Report 2017, a more informal report on the activities during last year.

Sweden-China Trade Council statues (in Swedish)

SCTC By-laws 2018 in Swedish

Documents related to Sweden-China Trade Council’s Extraordinary General Meeting on April 11, 2018

SCTC protokoll extra stämma 180411

Röstlängd extra stämma 180411

Förslag nya stadgar

Documents related to Sweden-China Trade Council’s Annual General Meeting on April 11, 2018

SCTC stämmoprotokoll 180524

Röstlängd stämma 2018

SCTC Årsredovisning 2017

SCTC revisionsberättelse 2017

Förslag årsavgifter 2019

Organisations with updated publications, reports and information on China

EU China Business Association

The EU–China Business Association (EUCBA) is the EU-wide federation of national non-profit business organisations in the European Union with specialization and particular expertise in exchange of knowledge on investments and trade with China. At current, EUCBA unites 19 members in 19 countries repre­senting more than 20,000 companies – large, medium, and small, in all branches of industry, commerce and the service sector. Sweden-China Trade Council being one of EUCBA’s member organisations.

EUCBA promotes direct investment and trade between China and the EU through international exchange of information and joint projects of its members – providing European companies a stronger base for expanding trade cooperation with China.

European Union Chamber of Commerce in China

“As the independent voice of European business in China, we seek greater market access and improved operating conditions for European companies”.

The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China was founded in 2000 by 51 member companies that shared a goal of establishing a common voice for the various business sectors of the European Union and European businesses operating in China. It is a members-driven, non-profit, fee-based organisation with a core structure of 24 Working Groups and 7 Fora representing European business in China.

The Chamber is recognised by the European Commission and the Chinese Authorities as the official voice of European business in China. It is recognised as a Foreign Chamber of Commerce with the Ministry of Commerce and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade.

In 2017, Mats Harborn, Executive Director, Scania China, was elected President of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China.

Merics – Mercator Institute for China Studies

The Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS) is a Stiftung Mercator initiative. Established in 2013, MERICS is a Berlin-based institute for contemporary and practical research into China that Stiftung Mercator set up as a platform for engagement with China in Germany. MERICS provides timely information and analysis on China to political and economic decision-makers as well as the media and the general public.

MERICS report on Made in China 2025

American Chamber of Commerce in China

Reports on China’s Belt and Road Initiative BRI

Mapping the Belt and Road Initiative: this is where we stand (Merics – Mercator Institute for China Studies/180607)

Swedish business networks in China and Hong Kong

Swedish Chamber of Commerce in China

Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Trade Fairs in China

Western China International Fair, Chengdu, September 20-24, 2018

The 17th WCIF will be held in Chengdu, Sichuan province from September 20-24, 2018 with a focus on the Belt and Road Initiative, BRI, and the development of Yangtze River Economic Belt. During the trade fair, the 6th Sichuan Agriculture Expo, the 3rd China (Chengdu) Emergency Equipment and Technology Exhibition, Western China Digital Economy Exhibition and Western China New Industrial Drivers Exhibition will be held.

China International Import Exposition, Shanghai, November 5-10, 2018

In May 2017, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced at the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation that China will hold China International Import Expo (CIIE) starting from 2018. CIIE will, according to Ministry of Commerce who is responsible for CIIE,  give firm support to trade liberalization and economic globalization and actively open the Chinese market to the world.

The Swedish government has accepted an invitation from the organizers to facilitate a Swedish country pavilion where Sweden will brand it’s trade and investment climate in a broader perspective.

Companies are invited to participate in the trade fair consisting of six focus areas within trade in goods, ie;

and within trade in services, the five focus areas are;

A high-level forum, Hongqiao International Trade Forum, will also be held in conjunction with the CIIE.