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New rules that would make it harder for Chinese companies to win public sector contracts in Europe are being called for by European heads of government. Draft conclusions, seen by POLITICO, calls on the EU to kickstart internal negotiations on a new law that would enforce “reciprocity” in public procurement. “Many industrial EU countries are increasingly frustrated that their leading businesses were excluded from Chinese projects such as the country’s 10,000 kilometer high-speed rail network and the Olympic facilities in 2008, while the EU opened domestic markets to Chinese bidders in tenders,” writes POLITICO.

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