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EU talks up its' trade defence measures, most affecting China

Juncker: “We are open traders, but we cannot afford to be naïve”

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Action against cheap imports of rice from Myanmar and Cambodia are among the trade defence measures lauded in a new report out from the European Commission extolling its’ efforts to protect the bloc from “unfair trade”.


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