European firms say they're denied equal access to Chinese markets

09/3/2010 | Irish Times (Dublin), The

The EU Chamber of Commerce in China said in a 650-page position paper that the country's regulatory reform is backsliding and that foreign companies are being denied a level playing field when they compete with local firms. European investors in China face heavy restrictions in areas including telecommunications, construction, insurance and the auto industry, the group said. China is the EU's biggest source of imports and second-largest trading partner.

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