China-EU Relations

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European Commission Approves Lithuanian Funding To Support Companies Affected by Chinese Trade Restrictions

The European Commission announced yesterday that it had approved "a €130 million Lithuanian scheme to support and facilitate access to finance by companies affected by the exceptional circumstances resulting from China's discriminatory trade restrictions on Lithuania."

Georgetown Event with European Commission's Dombrovskis Discusses Implications of Russia War for China Trade

At an event put on by the Georgetown Law Center's Institute of International Economic Law, entitled "War and Values: Deepening the Transatlantic Bond at a Time of Crisis," European Commission Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis was asked about the implications of Russia's invasion of Ukraine for economic relations with China.

EU Chamber of Commerce Puts Forward Recommendations for South West China Cities

The European Union Chamber of Commerce recently released a report detailing recommendations to improve the business environment and development in the southwest region of China.

At Peterson Institute Event, US Scholar and EU Official Talk about Russia War's Implications on Economic Relations with China

At a Peterson Institute event today, entitled "Sanctions, Russia's war, and the future of trade," a U.S. scholar and a European Commission official both offered some thoughts on the future of economic relations with China.

China-EU Summit Touches on Trade Issues

On April 1, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang met virtually with President of the European Council Charles Michel and President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen for the 23rd China-EU Summit. Although a large portion of the meeting focused on the Russia-Ukraine war, the two

European Parliament Hearing Discusses Indo-Pacific Strategy and China

At a European Parliament hearing yesterday, the draft report of the rapporteur, Jan Zahradil, on the European Union's "Indo-Pacific strategy in the area of trade and investment" was discussed by members of the Parliament's international trade committee. The report covered a number of issues, and we focus here on the

Xi Calls for More Cooperation with EU amid Ukraine Crisis

Yesterday, Chinese President Xi Jinping had a virtual meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron, during which Xi mentioned that China and the EU should deepen their partnership in several areas.
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