[unable to retrieve full-text content]This is the first in a series of five articles analysing the potential for an EU-China investment treaty, looking at negotiating positions, sticking points and geopolitical tensions.It is approaching crunch time for the European Union’s relationship with China.After seven years and more than 30 rounds of talks, China’s Vice-Premier Liu He and the European Commission's executive vice-president in charge of economic policy Valdis Dombrovskis are expected to speak on the phone next week in a last…
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