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17th Nov 2022 07:52Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • EZ manufacturing is heavily exposed to the risk of an abrupt rupture in EU-China economic links. 
  • China is now the EZ’s main trading partner in goods, primarily due to a post-Covid leap in EZ imports. 
  • Decoupling from China currently is a slow process; it will remain so, unless war breaks out over Taiwan

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