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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's new International Procurement Instrument (IPI) was signed on June 23, 2022 and published on June 30, 2022. It enters into force on August 29, 2022. In general terms, the IPI "introduces measures limiting non-EU companies’ access to the open EU public procurement market if their governments do not
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
At a European Parliament hearing on the proposed Anti-Coercion Instrument yesterday, members asked several expert witnesses questions about its operation, and one topic covered was how it would be applied to China, with law professor Henry Gao offering his views on this topic.
In response to a question from a member of the European Parliament, the European Trade Commissioner appeared to minimize the need for a Taiwan-EU bilateral investment agreement.
European Parliament Holds Hearing on Assessing the Risks and Policy Responses to FDI, Including Chinese Investments
On Tuesday, Agatha Kratz of the Rhodium Group spoke at a European Parliament hearing and gave a general overview of Chinese foreign investment trends in Europe, as well as related Chinese policies that have affected the trends, and European investment policy tools that could come into play here.
In a meeting of the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade yesterday, Denis Redonnet, Chief Trade Enforcement Officer for the European Commission, testified on issues related to the proposed "Anti-Coercion Instrument" under development by the European Commission. In this regard, during the meeting, various Chinese government actions were raised by