The global economy in continues to be affected by the pandemic. However, it is also marked by major geopolitical developments, from President Biden’s inauguration and a revival of the transatlantic relationship, to the continued rivalry with China, with the EU caught in-between these global trends.
Bruegel’s scholars cover the European Union’s increasing assertiveness towards neighbours over the past year, including the external repercussions of the European Green Deal, managing a crisis at its borders, building a future relationship with a former member, strengthening the international role of the euro and tackling a resurgent China.
Repository of what we consider to be the most relevant macroeconomic data for China and EU-China relations.
What will happen if China manages to strengthen the RMB?
Growth is rebounding, but island must decide whether to deepen links with China.
When we discuss economic security, what are we actually talking about?
China will continue to decelerate slowly but steadily while the rest of emerging Asia will do well.
Growth should more than double from 1.2% to 2.9% so long as geopolitical risks including pivotal elections don’t bubble over
Was the Summit another ‘dialogue of the deaf’?
What should be expected from ongoing negotiations on the so-called Global Steel and Aluminium Arrangement and the forthcoming TTC meeting?
At this event we discussed the economic and commercial relations between Türkiye and the European Union
Launch of the OECD Going for Growth flagship publication