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Chinese companies in the EU remain optimistic – cautiously

Chinese companies operating in Europe are generally optimistic about their business activities – but newly planned regulations from Brussels and increasingly difficult political waters are clouding their expectations. This is the result of a report by the China Chamber of Commerce to the European Union (CCCEU), which was jointly presented in Brussels on Monday with consulting firm Roland Berger. Especially in the field of 5G expansion, companies from the People’s Republic feel patronized. The chamber report sees great potential for cooperation between China and the EU for green and digital issues. Both the presentation and the paper are repeatedly stressing one thing: “Mutual trust” must be built.

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