EU-China Tensions A Death Knell For Investment Deal?
Nick Marro, Lead Analyst on Global Trade, The Economist Intelligence Unit
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Last year, the European Union and China finally concluded negotiations on the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment, intended to promote market access between the two. However, Sino-European ties have become more fraught of late, with concerns rising in the EU over China's treatment of its Uighur minority. Will this mean the end of this long-awaited agreement? We speak to Nick Marro, Lead Analyst on Global Trade from The Economist Intelligence Unit to find out.
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Tags: European Union, China, investment, Uighur, Sino-European,