China sees its relations with the EU at a “new starting point” as the US reassesses its trade ties with Europe. Photo: Shutterstock
China sees its relations with the EU at a “new starting point” as the US reassesses its trade ties with Europe. Photo: Shutterstock
Mathieu Duchatel
Opinion

Opinion

Mathieu Duchatel

Why China senses strategic advantage in its ‘new historical starting point’ with Europe

  • Mathieu Duchâtel writes that Beijing thinks the moment to push the transatlantic alliance may be at hand as trade ties between the EU and the US may be tested in 2020.

China sees its relations with the EU at a “new starting point” as the US reassesses its trade ties with Europe. Photo: Shutterstock
China sees its relations with the EU at a “new starting point” as the US reassesses its trade ties with Europe. Photo: Shutterstock
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