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China: Rising tensions

The rising tensions between China, the EU, US, UK and Canada could have wide implications, from hurting the chances of ratifying the recent EU China investment deal to effects on the global supply of cotton.

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Implications of the EU China investment deal (CAI)

The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) should improve EU companies’ access to China and ‘level’ the playing field. However, its commitments are ‘weak’ and the envisaged dispute resolution mechanism lacks teeth.

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Trump gebruikt onzekerheid als wapen tegen China (Dutch)

Het verbannen van Chinese bedrijven in de VS is economisch gezien schadelijk voor zowel China als Amerika. Toch is het niet verrassend dat Trump hiervoor kiest. Het gaat hem namelijk niet om het geld, maar om de macht.

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Which countries might benefit from the US-China trade war? (video)

Rabobank economists Hugo Erken and Raphie Hayat talk about what the US-China trade war means for Southeast Asia. Will US companies in China leave? And if so, where will they go? Will Southeast Asian countries emerge as winners from the trade war? Find out in this video update.