EU institutions will sit down on Monday to begin drafting a final version of an anti-coercion trade instrument. Photo: Shutterstock
EU institutions will sit down on Monday to begin drafting a final version of an anti-coercion trade instrument. Photo: Shutterstock

EU faces scrap over control of tool to counter China’s ‘economic coercion’

  • European Council accused of attempted power grab by lawmakers in its proposal for the new trade weapon
  • Three meetings are planned before Christmas to begin thrashing out the final text of the hotly anticipated instrument

EU institutions will sit down on Monday to begin drafting a final version of an anti-coercion trade instrument. Photo: Shutterstock
EU institutions will sit down on Monday to begin drafting a final version of an anti-coercion trade instrument. Photo: Shutterstock
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