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Commission imposes anti-dumping duties on imports of steel products from Brazil, Iran, Russia and Ukraine

Commission imposes anti-dumping duties on imports of steel products from Brazil, Iran, Russia and Ukraine

| October 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

The EU has taken further action to protect EU steel producers from unfair competition. This latest action brings to 48 the number of measures in place against anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures in the steel sector. Hot-rolled flat steel products from Brazil, Iran, Russia and Ukraine will now face duties ranging between €17.6 and €96.5 per tonne, writes […]

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The East and The West — Cooperation via Belt-Road-Initiative #OBORI

The East and The West — Cooperation via Belt-Road-Initiative #OBORI

China owns the Belt Road Initiative, or the world owns it? Cooperation comes with collective vision and effort. It does not only from friends, but also from “rivals”. In a Chinese saying, there is no forever friends, also no forever enemies/rivals. Aiming for the joint prosperity and just keeping working on it does matter. – writes Dr […]

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#Bruegel: Should the EU have the power to vet foreign #takeovers?

#Bruegel: Should the EU have the power to vet foreign #takeovers?

| September 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

In a recent blog Bruegel’s André Sapir and Alicia Garcia-Herrero ask ‘Should the EU have the power to vet foreign takeovers?’ The issue has become topical in view of recent Chinese high tech investment in Europe, particularly Germany. Thirteen member states of the EU already have some sort of screening legislation and it could be argued that it […]

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East must help West understand #OBOR

East must help West understand #OBOR

On the occasion to celebrate and reflect the lessons learned and experiences made since the return of HK to China 20 years ago, there was plenty of discussion of past events, current trends and foresight on how to prepare for the future. Much was said in particular about the evolving international relationships between the East […]

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#AntiDumping: More robust rules to defend EU industry and jobs

#AntiDumping: More robust rules to defend EU industry and jobs

Parliament gave its green light to start talks soon with national governments on new EU anti-dumping rules designed to better protect EU industry and jobs. The new rules on the calculation of import duties respond to the controversy around China’s market economy status and to unfair trade practices from non-EU countries with a heavy state […]

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#Kazakhstan: A model of inter-ethnic tolerance and social harmony

#Kazakhstan: A model of inter-ethnic tolerance and social harmony

| June 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

With the continuing turmoil in Syria and elsewhere in the Middle East, the West is searching for allies and countries of stability to fight violent extremism. Step forward Kazakhstan, a country that has actually been promoting a “dialogue of civilizations” for some years. While it only gained independence in 1991 Kazakhstan inherited a unique system […]

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#China: How digital tools can boost EU-China tourism

#China: How digital tools can boost EU-China tourism

Ctrip CEO Jane Jie Sun delivering a presentation on digital tourism at the European Parliament On the occasion of the 19th EU-China Bilateral Summit, ChinaEU organized a seminar with key members of the European Parliament in preparation of the EU-China Tourism Year that will be held in 2018. Guest speakers were Jane Jie Sun, CEO […]

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