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China-EU Trade Relations after the Financial Crisis

November 11 2009
Venue: ECIPE, Rue Belliard 4-6, Brussels
Time: 15:30

INVITATION TO A ROUNDTABLE MEETING

How should China-EU relations be designed to foster economic recovery and deeper integration in the global economy?

China and the EU are two giants in the world economy. The bilateral trade relation has in a short time grown to be one of the most important bilateral trade relation in the world. Consequently, China EU trade has taken a great hit during the crisis and declined by close to 20 percent. Furthermore, bilateral trade between China and Europe has been subject to many frictions that have made bilateral relations to sour. Will the post-crisis world present new difficulties to bilateral trade relations – or could the crisis foster strategies and momentum for deeper trade integration?

You are cordially invited to a roundtable meeting on the future design of bilateral trade-policy relations between China and the EU. 

Speaker:  Mr. Yu Yuantang, Head of the Department for European Affairs at the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, Beijing

RSVP by November 10 to info@ecipe.org 

 

 

 

 

 

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