During recent interviews, the new Ambassador to the EU, Fu Cong, played up the relationship with the European Union, and laid out his proposal to revive the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI), which was concluded in 2020 but put on ice after after sanctions from both sides caused the relationship to sour. He also commented on some EU new policy tools, calling them "bordering on protectionism or even outright discrimination."
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