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马克龙提出对中国不公平贸易做法的关注

分析人士说,法国总统马克龙本星期对中国的第一次国事访问带来两个主要信息。

第一个信息是中国和欧洲合作可能带来巨大的机会,而他将承诺为之努力。另一个信息是不要低估欧洲以及世界其它国家对他们认为的中国不公平贸易做法日益增多的担心和失望,其中一个问题是中国在很多领域限制投资,而其它国家对这些领域的投资不限制。

欧洲外交关系委员会的亚洲和中国项目副主任杜查特尔说,马克龙的访问超出了法国的范畴。他说:“他希望是以欧盟领导人的身份,同时还想发出信息,欧洲和欧盟的状况好于中国一般所想象的。”

尽管英国退出欧盟,加泰罗尼亚人争取从西班牙独立,以及民粹主义政党的崛起,但是杜查特尔说,欧洲对中国的贸易做法发出了比以往更大的不满声音。

杜查特尔说,不仅是欧洲,美国和澳大利亚也持相同看法,中国现在面临“发达国家反对不公平贸易做法的联合阵线”。

在中国,马克龙总统极力强调欧洲与中国的一致利益,还向习近平主席赠送了一匹8岁的骟马,名叫维苏威。

马克龙保证在担任法国总统期间每年至少访问中国一次,还表示决心要把欧洲和中国的关系带入21世纪。

法国和中国在马克龙访问期间签署了食品、核能以及太空等领域的大笔贸易协议。

中国国家主席习近平说,两国将深化“战略合作”。

French President Macron Voiced Concern About China’s Unfair Trade Practices

During his first state visit to China this week, French President Emmanuel Macron brought with him two key messages, analysts said.

One message was about the huge possibilities cooperation between China and Europe could bring and his commitment to that effort. The other, a warning to not underestimate growing concern and frustration in Europe – and elsewhere – with what many regard as China’s unfair trade practices such as investment restrictions in many sectors that are not blocked in countries overseas.

Matheiu Duchatel, deputy director of the Asia and China Program at the European Council of Foreign Relations said President Macron’s visit goes beyond France. “He wants to present himself as a leader of the EU, but at the same time, I think he wants to send a signal that Europe and the EU are in better shape than many think in China,” Duchatel said.

Despite the Brexit referendum, Catalonia’s push for independence and the broader rise of populist parties, Duchatel said that now – more than before – governments in Europe are voicing concern about China’s trade practices.

And it is not just Europe, but the United States and Australia as well, he adds, noting that China now faces a “united front from developed countries against its unfair trade practices.”

In China, President Macron went to great lengths to highlight his desire to meld both the interests of Europe and China, presenting China’s leader Xi Jinping with a gift of a horse, an eight-year old gelding named Vesuvius.

Macron pledged to visit China at least once every year while in office and said that he is determined to “get the Europe-China relationship into the 21st Century.”

The two signed several major trade deals during the visit, that included fields such as food, nuclear power and aerospace.

President Xi said the two countries will deepen their “strategic cooperation.”


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