The European Union’s trade deficit with China rose 9.9 per cent to €181 billion last year. Photo: Xinhua The European Union’s trade deficit with China rose 9.9 per cent to €181 billion last year. Photo: Xinhua
The European Union’s trade deficit with China rose 9.9 per cent to €181 billion last year. Photo: Xinhua

China is now EU’s biggest trading partner, an exchange complicated by labour rights and transatlantic tactics

  • Trade volume in goods hit US$710 billion in 2020, which coincided with Beijing and Brussels agreeing to an investment deal
  • Scepticism includes concerns about overdependence on China and fallout from Biden’s intent to counter a rising Beijing

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The European Union’s trade deficit with China rose 9.9 per cent to €181 billion last year. Photo: Xinhua The European Union’s trade deficit with China rose 9.9 per cent to €181 billion last year. Photo: Xinhua
The European Union’s trade deficit with China rose 9.9 per cent to €181 billion last year. Photo: Xinhua
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