CHINA
IN CENTRAL
AND EASTERN
EUROPE

Exploring the Future of Chinese-CEE Relations

The world’s second largest economy and foreign investor, China’s investments in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have grown in recent years as a share of overall European investment. While Europe’s most developed economies will continue to attract the majority of Chinese funds in Europe, investment in CEE is nonetheless here to stay.

 

 

In “China in Central and Eastern Europe,” Zoltán Turai, CEPA's Andrássy National Security Fellow, considers how can Europe create a coherent policy that addresses this new geopolitical reality.

Zoltán Turai

March 2018

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