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The EU-Russia-China energy triangle

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Russia wants to export more gas to China, should the EU be concerned? This week, Nicholas Barrett is joined by Georg Zachmann to discuss the EU-Russia-China energy triangle. By: The Sound of Economics Date: November 28, 2019 Topic: Energy & Climate View comments

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Russia wants to export more gas to China, should the EU be concerned? This week, Nicholas Barrett is joined by Georg Zachmann to discuss the EU-Russia-China energy triangle.

By: Date: November 28, 2019 Topic: Energy & Climate

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