China’s recent personal and economic sanctions have sent a strong message to Europeans, but there are concrete ways for the EU to build up its resilience against economic coercion
China is ramping up the pressure on European decision-makers, academics, and companies. The EU must move quickly to build its resilience against such economic coercion.
What kind of countermeasures will protect Europe, keep markets open and support a functional global trade order?
Europe needs to enhance its toolbox for protection against economic coercion, carefully balancing its strategy in five areas
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