Fact check: Has Europe surrendered its south to China?

By |september 2nd, 2019|Belt and Road Initiative, Emmanuel Macron, EU-China reations, EU-China trade, News|

According to French President Emmanuel Macron, Europe has made the mistake of systematically handing key European infrastructures in southern Europe to the Chinese. EURACTIV has done a fact-check.

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Digital iron curtain makes no sense in the 5G era 

By |februar 26th, 2019|5G, EU-China, EU-China trade, News|

Constructing a digital iron curtain would disrupt the technology market and hurt consumers, writes Zhang Ming, China's Ambassador to the EU.

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UK’s chief diplomat visits China, begins Brexit bargaining tour

By |julij 30th, 2018|Brexit, China, EU-China trade, Jeremy Hunt, News, Theresa May|

Britain's new foreign minister begins his first major international trip with a visit to China on Monday, bidding to strengthen trade ties with Beijing ahead of Brexit next year.

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Zeman’s Chinese embrace sparks fears about risky investments

By |april 13th, 2018|China, Czech Republic, EU-China trade, Miloš Zeman, News|

The Czech Republic is the fourth most open country for foreign investments in the world. But it has no control mechanism to prevent risky foreign investment, and economic and political influence from the East is growing rapidly, EURACTIV.cz reports.

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Tariffs or no tariffs, the pickup in global trade won’t last

By |april 9th, 2018|EU-China trade, EU-US trade, News, protectionism, steel dispute, tariffs|

Slow trade growth will be the dominant feature of the world economy in the coming decade, not because of the latest tariffs, but because of a slowdown in three longer-term trends, write Ilaria Maselli and Ataman Ozyildirim.

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Washington, Beijing flexing muscles in trade dispute

By |april 3rd, 2018|China, Donald Trump, EU-China trade, EU-US trade, News|

The temperature is rising between the United States and China but the simmering confrontation has not yet boiled over into a trade war, since the tit-for-tat countermeasures so far have been confined to a few specific products.

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China, the unbeloved trade partner

By |februar 14th, 2018|EU-China relations, EU-China trade, Euro-Asian networking strategy, New Silk Road, News, Xi Jingping|

Will Europe pick a quarrel with China? Brussels does not want to quit the field uncontested when it comes to the fact that the People's Republic infiltrates the European economy for self-serving reasons and wants to set the tone also in political terms...

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EU launches investigation on Chinese subsidies for e-bikes

By |december 21st, 2017|anti-dumping, anti-subsidy, e-bikes, EU-China, EU-China relations, EU-China trade, News|

The European Commission launched an investigation on Thursday (21 December) into whether Chinese exporters of electronic bicycles (e-bikes) benefited from excessive state subsidies, increasing trade tensions between Brussels and Beijing.

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European Parliament toughens law to limit cheap Chinese imports

By |november 15th, 2017|Cecilia Malmström, China, EU-China, EU-China trade, European Parliament, News|

The European Parliament overwhelmingly passed a law on Wednesday (15 November) that gives the EU far more legal freedom to tighten trade barriers against cheap imports from China.

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Brie trade agreement: China lifts soft cheese ban

By |oktober 23rd, 2017|China, EU-China, EU-China trade, News|

Fans of soft cheeses in China have reason to celebrate after the country reversed a ban on mould-ripened cheeses, allowing imports of Camembert, Brie and Roquefort, European Union officials said on Monday (23 October).

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