A European Union official said Brussels had informed its partners of its action, but the challenge was not a joint one. Photo: EPA A European Union official said Brussels had informed its partners of its action, but the challenge was not a joint one. Photo: EPA
A European Union official said Brussels had informed its partners of its action, but the challenge was not a joint one. Photo: EPA
China economy

EU expands WTO case against China’s alleged forced technology transfers

  • European Union challenging laws that regulate the approval of investments for electric vehicles and biotechnology and the approval of joint ventures across sectors
  • Beijing has previously said such transfers that concern the European Commission are voluntary and not forced

Topic |   China economy
A European Union official said Brussels had informed its partners of its action, but the challenge was not a joint one. Photo: EPA A European Union official said Brussels had informed its partners of its action, but the challenge was not a joint one. Photo: EPA
A European Union official said Brussels had informed its partners of its action, but the challenge was not a joint one. Photo: EPA
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