In a recently issued policy brief, the Kiel Institute for the World Economy has examined existing studies of Chinese subsidies in the green energy and other sectors, and concluded that the EU should use measures such as the anti-subsidy investigation on electric vehicles to pressure China to remove or reduce these subsidies.

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