Will Chinese Trade with Central and Eastern Europe Split the European Union?

The European Union continues to weaken and China proposes infrastructural projects for Central and Eastern Europe. With Greece deeply in debt, Spain having a secession problem on its hands and with the increasing instability of Italian banks it’s hard to find a country for whom the European Union works. Even Germany, the center of the EU is having major socio-economic problems in forming a government. It makes political and economic sense that Central and Eastern European countries look elsewhere.

Read at William Engdahl

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