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Comments from social media/wires from the French presidency confirming that EU leaders intend to raise the issue of relations with China with US President Joe Biden at the G7 summit that runs from today until Sunday 13 June.
- Remains to be seen the direction EU seeks to take on China. US and UK remain hawkish, but EU is officially in the state of waiting for ratification of a Comprehensive Agreement on Investment with China (despite the process being suspended in May).
- Some signs that a less combative US administration under Joe Biden is reaping rewards in EU, with US-EU partnership on tech and trade to counter China set to be unveiled next week.