An EU-China summit has not been listed in Germany’s official outline of priorities for its presidency of the EU Council. Photo: Reuters
An EU-China summit has not been listed in Germany’s official outline of priorities for its presidency of the EU Council. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus pandemic mires European Union’s market drive into China

  • A landmark September summit with the leaders of China and the European Union appears to be off, possibly putting an investment agreement on the back burner
  • As the bloc struggles to speak with one voice on China, objections are growing around the continent to Beijing’s handling of the coronavirus

An EU-China summit has not been listed in Germany’s official outline of priorities for its presidency of the EU Council. Photo: Reuters
An EU-China summit has not been listed in Germany’s official outline of priorities for its presidency of the EU Council. Photo: Reuters
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