A technological decoupling between the US and China is already hurting, according to a survey of European companies operating in China. Photo: Shutterstock A technological decoupling between the US and China is already hurting, according to a survey of European companies operating in China. Photo: Shutterstock
A technological decoupling between the US and China is already hurting, according to a survey of European companies operating in China. Photo: Shutterstock

China-EU relations

Decoupling could be ‘death knell’ for European firms in China: report

  • Survey of 120 companies shows many operations disrupted with deep concerns of more to come, especially in digital fields
  • At least one Europe-based business has already closed its manufacturing operation in southwest China

Topic |   China-EU relations
A technological decoupling between the US and China is already hurting, according to a survey of European companies operating in China. Photo: Shutterstock A technological decoupling between the US and China is already hurting, according to a survey of European companies operating in China. Photo: Shutterstock
A technological decoupling between the US and China is already hurting, according to a survey of European companies operating in China. Photo: Shutterstock
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