China-EU Relations

Total 30 Posts

Chinese Officials Strive to Stabilize Foreign Investment, But Can They?

Chinese officials are making an effort to stabilize major foreign investments in the nation, but some key obstacles and challenges for foreign investors, as illustrated by recent comments from European and American business groups and experts, seem unlikely to be resolved in the near future.

China Starts Countervailing Duty Expiry Review on EU Potato Starch

China's trade agency recently announced the launch of an expiry review on countervailing measures imposed on potato starch from the European Union (EU).

European Parliament Holds Hearing on Indo-Pacific Trade Relations

Last week, the European Parliament held a hearing on EU - Indo-Pacific trade relations, during which China trade issues came up several times.

MERICS Report on Managing China’s Economic Coercion

In a new paper entitled "Fasten your seatbelts: How to manage China’s economic coercion" published by European think tank MERICS, authors Aya Adachi, Alexander Brown and Max J. Zenglein offer a number of insights into the use of economic coercion by the Chinese government and how it has affected

Limited Progress Made in the High-Level Dialogue between EU and China

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

EU One Step Closer to Finalizing Another Tool to Counter Chinese Subsidies

Last month, the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament reached an agreement on an EU regulation on foreign subsidies that distort the internal EU market. The regulation still needs to be formally adopted by the European Council and the Parliament before it takes effect, but the substance

EU Trade Official Comments on China Trade Issues, Sets out Contrasts with U.S. Policies

At a CSIS event yesterday entitled Rethinking Trade In a Geopolitical Context: Trends and Transatlantic Cooperation, European Commission Director General for Trade Sabine Weyand offered some general remarks on EU trade policy and trade relations with the U.S., and then discussed these issues further with U.S. trade policy
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