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5. November 2021: Transatlantic update

Transatlantic update: Bernd Lange, who chairs the European Parliament’s international trade committee, said his delegation addressed a wide range of issues, from supply chain concerns and semiconductors to their strategy toward China and the U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council. The second meeting of that council could be in May or June, he said, adding that lawmakers from both sides of the Atlantic hope to be more involved in the discussions and to attend the next high-level meeting, even if informally. (The inaugural event was held in Pittsburgh earlier this year on a ministerial level.)
He also said he had the feeling that “there is an openness to discuss problems” from the U.S. side, more so than during his last visit to Washington in July. “The doors are wide open. … We can discuss diverging positions constructively.”

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