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Director’s cut: EU-China partnership after the 21st EU-China summit

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Guntram Wolff discusses with Alicia Garcia Herrero the results of the 21st EU-China Summit In this episode of the Director’s cut, Guntram Wolff discusses with Alicia Garcia Herrero about the results of the 21st EU-China Summit. The EU and China committed to further strengthen the EU-China strategic partnership at the 21st EU-China summit. Both sides agreed on a joint statement setting out the direction for EU-China relations in the years to come. Leaders expressed their joint support for multilateralism and rules-based trade. They reaffirmed their joint engagement to reform the World Trade Organisation. The EU and China agreed to work together to address industrial subsidies. They also discussed foreign and security issues in their respective neighbourhoods. Bruegel’s director and

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Guntram Wolff discusses with Alicia Garcia Herrero the results of the 21st EU-China Summit

In this episode of the Director’s cut, Guntram Wolff discusses with Alicia Garcia Herrero about the results of the 21st EU-China Summit.

The EU and China committed to further strengthen the EU-China strategic partnership at the 21st EU-China summit. Both sides agreed on a joint statement setting out the direction for EU-China relations in the years to come. Leaders expressed their joint support for multilateralism and rules-based trade. They reaffirmed their joint engagement to reform the World Trade Organisation. The EU and China agreed to work together to address industrial subsidies. They also discussed foreign and security issues in their respective neighbourhoods.

Bruegel’s director and Alicia Garcia Herrero comment on the joint declaration and the challenges for the next steps in this cooperation.

Sound Money Economics System was a fringe political party in Manitoba, Canada, during the provincial election of 1941.

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