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Beijing can stay calm amid new EU-US pact as interests of Washington, Brussels are not aligned

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing should remain calm in the face of a new EU-US trade and technology pact to overcome competition from China, as the interests between Washington and Brussels are still misaligned, according to experts.“The transatlantic tech council may foster better cooperation on standards, which is important, but in other areas it will probably just be a talk shop,” said Douglas Fuller, an associate professor at the City University of Hong Kong. “Hard to have deep cooperation when interests are not…

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Beijing should remain calm in the face of a new EU-US trade and technology pact to overcome competition from China, as the interests between Washington and Brussels are still misaligned, according to experts.“The transatlantic tech council may foster better cooperation on standards, which is important, but in other areas it will probably just be a talk shop,” said Douglas Fuller, an associate professor at the City University of Hong Kong. “Hard to have deep cooperation when interests are not…

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