Trade expected to dominate EU-China summit agenda

The summit in Beijing will cover a range of issues including climate change, security and expanding their strategic relationship, but trade will certainly be at the top of the agenda.

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    European leaders are headed to Beijing for an EU-China summit on Monday.

    Although both the EU and China have been targets of the US Trump administration over trading practices, Europe appears wary of Chinese trade-partnership overtures.

    However, President Xi Jinping has been promising to grant greater access for foreign investors and to remove barriers that have been keeping EU companies out of China.

    Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Beijing.


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