You may have missed it, but at the end of 2020, the European Union and China solidified an investment deal that will open EU access to China’s markets while raising China’s global profile. Former US trade negotiator Wendy Cutler and the Rhodium Group’s Noah Barkin join Deep Dish to look at the geopolitical consequences of the deal and how President-elect Biden can work toward better relationships with both sides.
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[Featured] #GlobalEconomy: The high costs of disengagement for #China. In this new era of strategic competition China's economy loses the most, writes @georgemagnus1 | Project Syndicate
The High Costs of Disengagement for China | by George Magnus - Project Syndicate
George Magnus thinks that, with geopolitics thwarting globalization, China’s economy might never overtake America’s.
#GlobalEurope - New trends in #trade and #SustainableDevelopment: A revolution in the making? The current discussions taking place around trade and sustainable development reform cannot be isolated from the wider geopolitical context | LSE Europp
New trends in trade and sustainable development: A revolution in the making?
In early June, trade experts from government, academia, international organisations, and civil society met virtually at ...
#Climate: #EU countries reach deal on climate laws after late-night talks. EU countries clinched deals on proposed laws to combat #ClimateChange, by @KateAbnett | Reuters
EU countries reach deal on climate laws after late-night talks
EU countries clinched deals on proposed laws to combat climate change early Wednesday, backing a 2035 phase-out of ...