At a meeting of the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade, Noah Barkin, the managing editor with Rhodium Group and visiting senior fellow at the German Marshall Fund, talked about the recent trends of European business in China, and Adeline Hinderer, the head of Unit Far East from DG Trade at the European Commission, offered updates on the Commission's efforts to address European business concerns in China. Some members of Parliament also offered their views on the EU's trade policy as it relates to China.

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