Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in Brussels for the annual EU-China meeting. Photo: Reuters

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang braces for EU meeting as Brexit takes up Brussels’ attention

  • European leaders, emboldened by Trump’s trade war, look for leverage on trade and investment opportunities
  • Hours before annual EU-China meeting, they are forced to focus on emergency Brexit talks
Topic |   European Union

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in Brussels for the annual EU-China meeting. Photo: Reuters
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Keegan Elmer

Keegan Elmer

Keegan is a reporter at the Post covering China in world affairs, including US-China relations and China's relationship with its neighbours. He has degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and the University of Helsinki.