CCIA co-hosts event, sends letter ahead of EU-China summit

BY Christian Borggreen
September 23, 2015

EU China BreakfastCCIA Europe co-hosted a well-attended breakfast event today, September 23, on the EU’s engagement with China on digital trade issues.  The occasion is next week’s EU-China High Level Economic Dialogue in Beijing which see senior EU participation by Commissioners Malmstrom, Oettinger and Katainen.

EU China Wide ShotWednesday’s event also presented a new joint letter to the three Commissioners expressing our industry’s views on Chinese market barriers, cybersecurity and online freedoms.

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