The European Chamber says China must create reciprocity in investment relations to de-escalate the tensions with its trading partners. Pictured: European Council President Donald Tusk and China’s premier, Li Keqiang, at an EU-China Summit in Brussels last year. Photo: Reuters

European firms race to rejig supply chains as US-China trade war rumbles

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The European Chamber says China must create reciprocity in investment relations to de-escalate the tensions with its trading partners. Pictured: European Council President Donald Tusk and China’s premier, Li Keqiang, at an EU-China Summit in Brussels last year. Photo: Reuters
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