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The EU Strikes Back: The Impact of Countervailing Duties on Chinese EV Imports

Who are the winners and losers of the EU’s duties on Chinese electric cars? The European Commission has announced countervailing duties on the import of electric vehicles from China. This measure will create winners and losers and ultimately lead to the opening of new electric vehicle factories in Europe. Last week, the European Commission (EC) announced… Continue reading The EU Strikes Back: The Impact of Countervailing Duties on Chinese EV Imports

Beijing Seeks a Gateway to Europe via Budapest

Beijing’s main interest in strengthening relations with Budapest is not about Hungary itself but about Europe as a whole. A friendly EU member means opportunities to shape EU-China economic and political relations more in the CCP’s favor. The long list of strategic sectors in which the two sides signed cooperation agreements during Xi’s Budapest visit… Continue reading Beijing Seeks a Gateway to Europe via Budapest

CEEasia Briefing #52: China invests into EVs in Poland, EU investigates China’s green tech, Olaf Scholz visits China, German-Indian cooperation in automotive industry

Welcome to the 52nd issue of the CEEasia Briefing. In this issue, we dissect the following topics: Chinese investments into EVs in Poland EU’s probes into China’s green tech subsidies Germany’s Olaf Scholz visits China Czechia investigates Chinese surveillance of Hsiao Bi-khim Germany-India cooperation in automotive industry If you like what you see, please forward this… Continue reading CEEasia Briefing #52: China invests into EVs in Poland, EU investigates China’s green tech, Olaf Scholz visits China, German-Indian cooperation in automotive industry

China’s Controversial €7.3 Billion EV Battery Investment: A Game Changer in China-Hungary Relations

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has a plan: to make Hungary great in EV battery production. To realize this goal, his government announced a record €7.3 billion Chinese electric vehicle (EV) battery plant investment in 2022, which is already under construction. According to the Hungarian government, the investment project will create jobs for locals, be… Continue reading China’s Controversial €7.3 Billion EV Battery Investment: A Game Changer in China-Hungary Relations

CEEasia Briefing #42: Taiwania Capital invests in Slovakia, China-EU relations

Welcome to the 42nd issue of the #CEEasia Briefing. In this issue, we dissect the following topics: Taiwania Capital invests in Slovakia China’s efforts to improve ties with the EU Do you need to know more about East Asia? Don’t hesitate to shoot us a message about custom analysis tailored to your needs. 1. Taiwania Capital rolls… Continue reading CEEasia Briefing #42: Taiwania Capital invests in Slovakia, China-EU relations

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