The outlook for European firms doing business in China is positive overall but there are ‘considerable doubts over the country’s future growth trajectory’, according to the chamber of commerce. Photo: Bloomberg
The outlook for European firms doing business in China is positive overall but there are ‘considerable doubts over the country’s future growth trajectory’, according to the chamber of commerce. Photo: Bloomberg

European business group points to ‘troubling signs’ of China turning inwards

  • Self-reliance strategy, rising nationalism and focus on national security are a challenge for EU companies, chamber of commerce says
  • It also warns growth could be sacrificed in move towards tighter political control and calls for more conciliatory approach to diplomacy

Topic |   China-EU relations
The outlook for European firms doing business in China is positive overall but there are ‘considerable doubts over the country’s future growth trajectory’, according to the chamber of commerce. Photo: Bloomberg
The outlook for European firms doing business in China is positive overall but there are ‘considerable doubts over the country’s future growth trajectory’, according to the chamber of commerce. Photo: Bloomberg
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