Tag Archives: Trade

Dual Circulation

Business class, economy and the cargo hold

Have a Good Name

The EU-China Geographical Indications Agreement

Making the Bay Great Again

China’s Greater Bay Area and what it means for European businesses

China’s Struggles to Attract Foreign Investment

The role of navigating negative lists in China’s market

How is it Coming Together?

The Executive Summary from the Position Paper 2017/2018

From strength to strength: 40 years of EU-China trade relations

On 6th May, 2015, the European Union (EU) and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) celebrated 40 years of diplomatic relations.

Both sides of the coin: EU-China relations in the context of the WTO

Trade has been the cornerstone of the relationship between the European Union (EU) and China since diplomatic ties were first established in 1975.

The EU and China: 40 years and still going strong

This year is very significant for EU-China bilateral relations as it has been 40 years since their establishment on 6th May, 1975.

Developments in EU-China trade relations

Relations between the European Union and China have made significant advances in recent months.

EU-China trade disputes: talking it over

After the recent period of EU-China trade friction, trade relations between the two regions are now on a more even keel.