The Pitfalls of the China-EU Comprehensive Agreement on Investment
Arvind Gupta, Director, VIF

On December 30, leaders from Brussels and Beijing reached terms on a new China-EU Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI). After seven years of negotiations, the deal will reportedly grant the EU enhanced market access in China, in sectors such as health services, chemicals, electric vehicles, and telecoms. Advocates say it will enhance legal protections for EU investments in China, eliminate equity caps and quantitative restrictions, ease requirements for joint ventures, and increase transparency in the Chinese market.

Click here to read the full article....Published in The Diplomat on 22nd January 2021.

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