EU/US: New hopes, but also new political realities

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While a Biden presidency will likely entail an end to new trade hostilities, any further progress on trade will be constrained by the new political realities on both sides of the Atlantic. The EU’s more assertive approach towards Big Tech could become a source of transatlantic frictions. Both sides face common challenges regarding China, but whether they will agree on common solutions remains unclear. The victory of former Vice President Joe Biden in the recent US presidential election has been received with significant relief in most European capitals. European Union (EU) l
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While America's China watchers furrow their brows over whether the Communist Party wants to "export" its ideology abroad, this story reveals, as if it were a scandal, that a US company operating in China said, "We’re not here to promote American values." https://www.wsj.com/articles/airbnb-executive-resigned-last-year-over-chinese-request-for-more-data-sharing-11605896753

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http://finance.people.com.cn/n1/2020/1121/c1004-31939276.html

This story contradicts widespread claims that companies in China cannot refuse government requests for data or that Chinese authorities simply seize the data they want without asking permission. https://www.wsj.com/articles/airbnb-executive-resigned-last-year-over-chinese-request-for-more-data-sharing-11605896753

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