Last week, China and the European Union held the 9th China-EU High-Level Economic & Trade Dialogue. The two sides seemed to make some progress in trade and finance, without resolving more thorny issues such as trade measures on Lithuania or reviving their bilateral investment deal, for which passage in the European Parliament is now on hold.
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