As China's Two Sessions gatherings get under way, the economic headline has to be the country's recently agreed investment deal with the European Union.
It is being sold as a positive sign of multilateral economics at work, but also as a deal that need not necessarily exclude any other party.
The agreement has centered on opening up Chinese markets for European investment, but it also goes some way to addressing Chinese practices opposed by the EU concerning industrial subsidies, state control of enterprises and forced technology transfers.
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