China-EU Relations

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MOFCOM Responds to EU Subsidy Investigation

China's Ministry of Commerce expressed "high concern and strong dissatisfaction" with the European Commission's announcement about an anti-subsidy investigation on imports of Chinese electric vehicles (EVs).

European Parliament Committee Weighs In on Chinese Influence on Critical Infrastructure

The European Parliament's Committee on International Trade recently released a draft opinion on the security and defense implications of China’s influence on critical infrastructure in the European Union.

EU Parliament Hearing Discusses New "Economic Security Strategy"

At a European Parliament Committee on International Trade meeting today, representatives of the European Commission and the European External Action Service set out the new EU approach to economic security, and then took comments and questions from Members of Parliament.

EU Announces Approach to Economic Security

EU leaders announced a new "country agnostic" approach to economic security today, and in doing so tried to establish a careful balance between expressing concern about Chinese economic practices and maintaining a good working relationship with China.

China Comments on EU Trade Policies, Praising EU Leadership, Raising Concerns about CBAM

WTO trade policy reviews allow WTO Members to comment on and ask questions about the trade policies and practices of other Members. The fifteenth WTO review of the European Union is taking place on June 5 and 7. According to a Geneva trade official, China offered the following comments at

Fourth TTC Ministerial Meeting Delivers Common U.S./EU Positions on China

The U.S. and the EU held the fourth Ministerial meeting of the Trade and Technology Council (TTC) this week, and the Joint Statement addresses many aspects of trade and investment policies toward China, including non-market practices, export controls, and economic coercion.

Chinese Officials Warn against EU Sanctions over Russia Sales

After the news broke that the European Commission proposed to sanction multiple Chinese companies over their sales to Russia, several Chinese officials pushed back against this proposal at various events this week, and warned of taking "necessary measures" to protect Chinese firms.
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