International Conference

The New Silk Roads and Investment by Chinese companies: extra energy for economic expansion in Europe (E4) May 8th 2019, – The Netherlands

The seminar is free of charge for all registrated visitors.
You can register (free of charge) and reserve a seat for the Silk Roads seminar at https://limburg-unlimited.com/tickets/ 

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08 mei 2019

Keynote: The impact of China’s One Belt One Road-project

Mr Li Qi will address the following questions in his keynote speech: What does this One Belt One Road-project mean for Europe, for international trade and investment? How could European...
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Mr Li Qi

Chinese investments in Europe and the Belt & Road Project

At the same time, globalization and protection occur. In this session, Jan Siemons will discuss trends of investments by Chinese in relation to the Belt & Road Project, different viewpoints...
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Dr. Jan Siemons

Experiences of a logistics company with the One Belt One Road

The activities and opportunities around the New Silk road are developing rapidly. Is the market aware of the intermodal cold chain solution in 45ft REEFERS to China v.v.? New Silk...
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Oscar Vermeij

One Belt One Road will change the attractiveness of regions and the competitiveness in logistics

Rob has a very broad global experience as expert in supply chain management and logistics. Over the last 5 years, he is very much involved in China business and has...
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Rob Brekelmans

The investment and tax landscape in the European Union is about to change

OECD’s Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit has altered the landscape for multinational companies. What is the impact of the recent tax reforms for the attractiveness of countries and...
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Steef Huibregtse

Lessons learned and opportunities One Belt One Road project

Peter Pardoel, top executive of the logistics service company Cabooter Group, will explain the business they do within the context of the Chinese One Belt One Road-project. Their lessons learned...
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Peter Pardoel