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China and Europe resume talks

Music industry representatives met under the auspices of the Confederation of European Music Industries (CAFIM) and the China Musical Instrument Association (CMIA) during the Frankfurt Music Fair, March 12th, 2014 Read more…

Europe & China engage in dialogue

The China Musical Instruments Association (CMIA) and The Confederation of European Music Industries (CAFIM) met in Shanghai to continue with their exchange of information and views on topics relating to musical education, military-band music, trade barriers and Chinese market data as well as on research and development. Read more…

CMIA and CAFIM address musical education issues

China Association of Musical Instruments (CMIA) und Confederation of European Music Industries (CAFIM) assemble for lesson-attendance session at German School in Shanghai/Pudong applying “Music-in-the-Classroom” methods using musical instruments

With musical education coming to assume an important issue of talks conducted in regular intervals by European and Chinese musical instrument manufacturers associations, time had come round for general-information sharing on this subject to be followed by a practical approach. Read more…

Focus on China and Music Education
Delegates of the Confederation of European Music Industries (CAFIM) met in Paris

Main emphasis at the last delegates meeting attended by member associations of the Confederation of European Music Industries (CAFIM) held in Paris was on the reduction of Chinese import duties announced shortly before the meeting took place. President Antoine Beaussant and delegates assembled at the meeting warmly welcomed this step as a successful achievement resulting from continuous ongoing dialogue between representatives of the China Musical Instrument Association (CMIA) and CAFIM pursued in recent years. However, consensus prevailed that this could only be an initial move towards normalizing commercial relations and establishing fair trading conditions. Read more…

Progress and Success with Sino-European Dialogue

China to reduce customs duties on musical instruments – Cooperation in fields of musical education, military music as well as in research and development. Efforts underway to combat trademark piracy and counterfeit products

There are signs of distinct progress emerging as a result of the Sino-European talks held between delegates of the Confederation of European Music Industries (CAFIM) and China Musical Instrument Association (CMIA). Read more…

Antoine Beaussant, CEO of Buffet Group, France assumes office as President
Claudio Formisano, President of Dismamusica, Italy, elected Vice-President

Paris, 06.07.2012

At the delegates meeting held in Paris on 29 June 2012, Antoine Beaussant, CEO of Buffet Group, France, Board Member of the French Association of Music Industry (CSFI) and the German Association of Musical Instruments Manufacturers (BDMH) assumed office as CAFIM President. Read more…

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