EU-China deal follows a year of friction, prepares for Biden

  • EU-China investment deal after 7 years of negotiation setbacks and friction in 2020 shows both are positioning for Biden

  • Biden's multilateral counter to China requires first mending ties with the EU and this deal may build EU's leverage

  • US likely exploits EU ratification risks; note China exports more important for some (Netherlands) than others (France)
January 3rd, 2021
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