China and EU Flags
When Washington imposed tariffs on Chinese imports to set off the US-China trade war in 2018, Beijing warned Europe not to “stab China in the back”, yet the continent has since criticised China on issues including trade, the coronavirus and its actions in Hong Kong.
The Group of 7 has also been a focus of differences with China. The EU and Britain have slammed the invitation for Russia, which has become closer to China, to rejoin the G7, while Australia – under economic sanction by Beijing – has accepted an invitation to attend this year’s G7 summit as a guest.
US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that the G7 grouping was “very outdated” and should be expanded to include Russia, India, Australia and South Korea – but not China
Joerg Wuttke, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, said US-China relations…
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