During their first in-person meeting since the pandemic, China and the European Union agreed that trade between the two parties needed to be more ‘balanced’. Officials from Brussels have been highlighting the bloc’s trade defecit with Beijing, which has doubled in the last two years to up to almost 400 billion euros. China, meanwhile, is unhappy about EU restrictions on technology exports and a probe into subsidies for electric vehicles. We take a closer look.
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