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No clear line – the CAI and nuclear power

At the end of December, China and the European Union agreed on the CAI investment agreement after years of negotiations. China’s demands for the European energy sector were a bone of contention until the very end: Both sides could not agree on the extent to which mutual market access should be facilitated here. Brussels was particularly concerned about nuclear power. However, the EU did not give in and excluded the nuclear sector “in its entirety from its market access offer”, as the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Trade explained in response to a question from China.Table. The CAI, therefore, had no impact on the sector.

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