Maria Martin-Prat, who led the EU’s negotiations with China, denied that the investment deal was rushed through. Photo: Handout Maria Martin-Prat, who led the EU’s negotiations with China, denied that the investment deal was rushed through. Photo: Handout
Maria Martin-Prat, who led the EU’s negotiations with China, denied that the investment deal was rushed through. Photo: Handout

EU-China investment deal faces backlash in European Parliament

  • MEPs accuse Brussels of ignoring concerns over China’s labour conditions, the crackdown in Hong Kong and ‘showing the middle finger’ to new US administration
  • But EU’s top negotiator defends the agreement, saying bloc ‘needs the economic growth that exists in a country like China’

Topic |   China-EU investment deal
Maria Martin-Prat, who led the EU’s negotiations with China, denied that the investment deal was rushed through. Photo: Handout Maria Martin-Prat, who led the EU’s negotiations with China, denied that the investment deal was rushed through. Photo: Handout
Maria Martin-Prat, who led the EU’s negotiations with China, denied that the investment deal was rushed through. Photo: Handout
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