China is expected to make 2020 its “Year of Europe” as it shifts focus from its trade war with the United States. Photo: Bloomberg

Can China and the EU put aside their differences and find common ground?

  • Beijing’s focus in 2020 is expected to be less on the US and more on Europe, with a packed agenda of cooperative engagements with Brussels
  • But will the two sides be able to overcome disagreements and mistrust in favour of pragmatic cooperation?
Topic |   European Union

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China is expected to make 2020 its “Year of Europe” as it shifts focus from its trade war with the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
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Wendy Wu

Wendy Wu

Wendy Wu is a Beijing-based reporter focusing on international finance and diplomacy. Her journalism career spans a decade and she has been reporting for the Post since 2015. Wendy has a master's degree in finance from Germany's University of Freiburg.