EU foreign policy chief's visit to China aims to improve relations

EU foreign policy chief’s visit to China aims to improve relations

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European leaders have said Chinese subsidies have created unfair competition in their automotive markets.

But Beijing has criticized the investigation, warning that it would harm its trade relations with the group.

And earlier this month, the EU named sensitive technologies it must protect from rivals, including artificial intelligence.

Borrell’s visit is also likely to include talks on the ongoing war in Ukraine. China has tried to position itself as a neutral party, but the EU has been critical of its stance.

The bloc’s Trade Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis said during a visit to China last month that Beijing’s stance was “affecting the country’s image”.

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