Just as the U.S. has been rethinking its economic relationship with China in recent years, Europeans have begun doing the same thing, to some extent in response to pressure from the U.S. As part of a recent trip to China, European Commission Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis gave several speeches and remarks that deal with China-EU trade and overall bilateral relations.
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