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No more Trojan Horses

13 September 2017 By Lisa Jucca

Brussels has proposed a pan-European scheme to vet sensitive purchases by other countries. Unlike the U.S., rulings will be non-binding. Even so, the People’s Republic will find it harder to buy up EU infrastructure and technology. It’s another reason for Beijing to open up.

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