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Chinese Chamber of Commerce sees poor sentiment

The Chinese Chamber of Commerce in the EU sees business sentiment at a low. An increasingly complicated political environment, new EU trade tools, and deteriorating public opinion of China are the main factors behind this, said the annual report by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Brussels (CCCEU) in collaboration with consultancy Roland Berger. The Chamber of Commerce also expressed concern about calls for decoupling and increasing protectionism.

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