The clock is ticking on EU-China investment talks, which after seven years have yielded little progress as both sides are still far apart on key issues. Illustration: Perry Tse The clock is ticking on EU-China investment talks, which after seven years have yielded little progress as both sides are still far apart on key issues. Illustration: Perry Tse
The clock is ticking on EU-China investment talks, which after seven years have yielded little progress as both sides are still far apart on key issues. Illustration: Perry Tse

China-EU investment treaty talks hit crunch time, as Europeans bemoan seven years of ‘promise fatigue’ from Beijing

  • The clock is ticking on China-EU investment talks, with the two sides said to be far apart from agreement on key issues
  • Brussels wants a level playing field for its firms in China, while Beijing fears being isolated from a future plurilateral trading system

Topic |   China-EU relations
The clock is ticking on EU-China investment talks, which after seven years have yielded little progress as both sides are still far apart on key issues. Illustration: Perry Tse The clock is ticking on EU-China investment talks, which after seven years have yielded little progress as both sides are still far apart on key issues. Illustration: Perry Tse
The clock is ticking on EU-China investment talks, which after seven years have yielded little progress as both sides are still far apart on key issues. Illustration: Perry Tse
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