Trade crisis could prompt China to court EU at summit

The escalating trade crisis between China and the US has created increased Chinese interest in aligning with the EU.

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At the annual meeting between the EU and China, taking place in Beijing Monday, global trade is on the agenda.

However conflicting agendas will also make their way onto the program.

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