The coronavirus has contributed to growing negative perceptions of China in a number of European countries, including 10 EU member states. Photo: Shutterstock The coronavirus has contributed to growing negative perceptions of China in a number of European countries, including 10 EU member states. Photo: Shutterstock
The coronavirus has contributed to growing negative perceptions of China in a number of European countries, including 10 EU member states. Photo: Shutterstock

China loses its lustre among Europeans but doors remain open: survey

  • Negative views are on the rise because of coronavirus and aggressive diplomacy but cooperation on trade and climate change still desirable
  • Nearly 20,000 people in 13 countries questioned on their attitudes towards Beijing

Topic |   China-EU relations
The coronavirus has contributed to growing negative perceptions of China in a number of European countries, including 10 EU member states. Photo: Shutterstock The coronavirus has contributed to growing negative perceptions of China in a number of European countries, including 10 EU member states. Photo: Shutterstock
The coronavirus has contributed to growing negative perceptions of China in a number of European countries, including 10 EU member states. Photo: Shutterstock
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