Josep Borrell, the EU’s chief diplomat, said he stood in “full solidarity” with sanctioned lawmakers but stressed the need to engage with China on multiple fronts. Photo: AP
Josep Borrell, the EU’s chief diplomat, said he stood in “full solidarity” with sanctioned lawmakers but stressed the need to engage with China on multiple fronts. Photo: AP

EU lawmakers vow to kill China investment deal over Beijing’s sanctions

  • Reject the agreement ‘to show once and for all that the EU is not just a supermarket but rather has principles’, says a French member of the European Parliament
  • Parliamentarians in Brussels debate the sanctions for the first time since they were put in place last month

Topic |   China-EU investment deal
Josep Borrell, the EU’s chief diplomat, said he stood in “full solidarity” with sanctioned lawmakers but stressed the need to engage with China on multiple fronts. Photo: AP
Josep Borrell, the EU’s chief diplomat, said he stood in “full solidarity” with sanctioned lawmakers but stressed the need to engage with China on multiple fronts. Photo: AP
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