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At a European Parliament Committee on International Trade meeting last week, political and business leaders continued to struggle with finding a way forward on formalizing trade and investment relations between the EU and Taiwan.
The European Parliament's Committee on International Trade (INTA) held a meeting on March 20 and 21, touching on issues related to EU-China relations, an EU-Taiwan trade agreement, and avoiding dependence on Chinese raw material processing.
At a meeting of the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade this week, members of Parliament, the EU Trade Commissioner, and a representative of the European Council all weighed in on EU-Taiwan trade and investment issues.
Last week, the European Parliament held a hearing on EU - Indo-Pacific trade relations, during which China trade issues came up several times.
The EU Foreign Affairs Council met on Thursday to talk about trade issues, with China trade as one of the items on the agenda.