Fabian Demicoli

EU and China’s aim to reach sustainable growth


Business opportunities from resource efficient
production is the focus of the visit to China by European Commission
Vice-President Antonio Tajani, Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship,
and Janez Potočnik, Commissioner for Environment. Green growth is now high on
the political agenda for the EU and China – both are interested in achieving
sustainable growth while maintaining and improving the state of their
respective environments.

The global market for green goods and services is
currently estimated at around €1 000 billion per annum, and this is expected to
double by 2020. This year the European Union and China are celebrating the 10th
anniversary of their Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and "Green Growth" has
been proposed both as a key topic for the upcoming EU-Summit and for this
Mission for Growth.

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