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CONTAINING SINO‐EUROPEAN PROTECTIONISM

Fredrik Erixon () and Patrick Messerlin ()

Economic Affairs, 2009, vol. 29, issue 1, 83-85

Abstract: The trade politics of EU–China commercial relations have sharply deteriorated in the last year. Obsessed by the EU's trade deficit with China, European leaders have become shrill and confrontational in their approach. China has contained its irritation over the EU's China‐bashing, but has slowed down its trade liberalisations. The EU and China must find a new way to contain protectionist threats in their trade and investment relations.

Date: 2009
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