Leaders from the EU and China are set to meet for a rare summit at the end of 2020, with COVID-19, economic recovery and climate change on the agenda. Billed for September, the meeting has been postponed due to the ongoing pandemic, but is due to take place in late 2020.

Analysts expect the meeting between the world’s largest single market and the world’s largest producer of global warming emissions will be critical in the climate change fight. An initial virtual meeting on June 22 was offered the first sense of where these talks could go, and the scale of any climate change agreement between the economic superpowers.

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