In a meeting of the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade yesterday, Denis Redonnet, Chief Trade Enforcement Officer for the European Commission, testified on issues related to the proposed "Anti-Coercion Instrument" under development by the European Commission. In this regard, during the meeting, various Chinese government actions were raised by a number of speakers and were a primary focus of the discussion, and Redonnet discussed potential measures the EU could take in response.

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