Europe’s Changing of the Guard and its Impact on EU-China Relations
Opportunities for EU SMEs in China’s agricultural market
In this exclusive interview the new Ambassador of the European Union to the People’s Republic of China and Mongolia, HE Hans Dietmar Schweisgut, speaks to EURObiz about EU-China relations
What are the factors that could influence the outcome?
The SWITCH-Asia ‘Train the Trainers’ Project (the Project) has made a huge contribution to EU-China cooperation in the field of urbanisation.
Steady growth in China’s aviation industry has seen its total number of flights reach around 10,000 per day, the third highest in the world behind the European Union (EU) and the United States (US
There are finally signs that the eurozone is beginning to regain some strength, however, there is still some way to go.
In September 2012, the European Commission launched an antidumping investigation into the import of Chinese solar panels and key components.
The European Chamber advocates the mutual openness of both Chinese and European markets, so the trend of increasing Chinese investment in the EU is therefore viewed positively
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