European Commission hires US's Rhodium to monitor Chinese investments

The New York firm will keep a database on Chinese direct investments in Europe, following a less than stellar report on the European mechanism to control foreign investment that came into force in October 2020. [...] (346 words)
Issue dated 14/03/2022 Reading time 2 minutes

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