A new dispute among EU members has arisen. This time is not an austerian versus keynesian brawl but a shall-we-punish-Chinese-dumping one. Next week the Commission will decide whether to impose big tariffs to the $27 billion worth of solar panels that China sells to Europe each year. In this battle over how to respond to Beijing trade practices, will domestic interests prevail?
From presseurop.eu | Debt-burdened Europe has stretched its diplomatic links to China authorities a never before. Whether the EU wants to tap its rich-in-cash economy or improve trade relations, Beijing seems to hold the strongest cards.