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During recent interviews, the new Ambassador to the EU, Fu Cong, played up the relationship with the European Union, and laid out his proposal to revive the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI), which was concluded in 2020 but put on ice after after sanctions from both sides caused the relationship
CTM recently had the honor of sitting down with former European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström, to talk about current and future EU trade policy on China, as well as the EU's broader trade policies relating to subsidies, carbon emissions, and human rights. Malmström is a nonresident senior fellow at
European Council chief Charles Michel visited China last week, during which time he discussed issues related to trade policy and the general business environment with Chinese leaders. The visit is unlikely to change the current EU-China relationship much, as the EU is still internally debating a unified policy toward China.
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
German Chancellor Says No Decoupling with China But Diversification and Equal Footing Needed; Chinese Leadership Commits More Cooperation on Trade and Opening-up
German Chancellor Scholz, along with a team of top German CEOs, met with Chinese leaders Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang last week, as both sides laid out areas for future cooperation and expressed concerns over economic relations. With the bilateral economic relationship in a state of flux and geopolitical discussions
At a European Parliament hearing yesterday, the European Commission's Chief Trade Enforcement Officer discussed two WTO complaints the EU has brought against China recently.