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Thailand’s sustainable economy model a remedy for populist anger
Economic development based on moderation and sustainability could alleviate some of the discontent brewing in the world.
The time is right to move towards action in the relationship between the EU and ASEAN.
As it pushes innovation up its agenda, Europe can learn from the experience of China’s tech entrepreneurs.
Next year promises to be an important one for EU-ASEAN relations.
Being a diversified network, the OBOR initiative is vital to connecting China and Europe with the greater Eurasian market.
Cooperation between the EU and China is a strategic necessity for both sides, and for global peace and prosperity.
A Friends of Europe Policymakers’ Lunch discussed recent developments in bilateral relations
The report from our 6th EU-China Forum, held in Hǎikǒu, China
Over the past six years China has developed a growing awareness for realising a greener economy, and cooperating with other countries.
Trade has achieved more than just economic growth, and provides opportunities for innovation and stronger productivity growth.
Looking at Europe and China, the word ‘unprecedented’ often comes to mind when describing the current state of relations in all areas
The Forum looked at the multi-faceted EU-China relationship just days after the 18th EU-China Summit held in Beijing on July 12-15.