Leaders from China, Germany and the European Union speak via video link on September 14. Talks on a proposed China-EU investment agreement have encountered sticking points, though some observers believe a deal may be reached soon. Photo: Xinhua Leaders from China, Germany and the European Union speak via video link on September 14. Talks on a proposed China-EU investment agreement have encountered sticking points, though some observers believe a deal may be reached soon. Photo: Xinhua
Leaders from China, Germany and the European Union speak via video link on September 14. Talks on a proposed China-EU investment agreement have encountered sticking points, though some observers believe a deal may be reached soon. Photo: Xinhua
Wang Huiyao
Opinion

Opinion

Wang Huiyao

China, a land of opportunity for EU firms willing to adapt

  • Beijing’s policy goals and restructuring mean growth, mostly in domestic consumption, will increasingly come from fields in which EU firms excel
  • Rather than see China’s industrial transformation as a threat, European companies should identify opportunities and align their strategies

Leaders from China, Germany and the European Union speak via video link on September 14. Talks on a proposed China-EU investment agreement have encountered sticking points, though some observers believe a deal may be reached soon. Photo: Xinhua Leaders from China, Germany and the European Union speak via video link on September 14. Talks on a proposed China-EU investment agreement have encountered sticking points, though some observers believe a deal may be reached soon. Photo: Xinhua
Leaders from China, Germany and the European Union speak via video link on September 14. Talks on a proposed China-EU investment agreement have encountered sticking points, though some observers believe a deal may be reached soon. Photo: Xinhua
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