Mr. Wang Xin, Board Member of European Chamber Tianjin Chapter; Tax Partner of Deloitte China, Tianjin
China’s economy is standing at the crossroads between an old model that has brought unprecedented prosperity to the country but is also unsustainable, and painful yet inevitable changes. Neither the pandemic nor the United States trade spat caused these changes, they simply accelerated them. It’s become almost clichéd to point out ‘crisis’ in Chinese is literally a combination word of ‘dire situation’ and ‘opportunity’, and the Chamber plays an essential role in helping its members bridge the gap between the two parts of the word by being our sounding board, spokesperson, and advocate.
As a relatively new board member of the Tianjin Chapter, the first year of my tenure has been nothing but rewarding and edifying. My fellow board members never cease to impress me with their knowledge, insights, and candour, and I’ve had the privilege, with great sense of fulfilment, to help connect the needs of our members with the abundant information and resources available at Deloitte.Mr. Wang Xin, Board Member of European Chamber Tianjin Chapter; Tax Partner of Deloitte China, Tianjin