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Key questions about EU trade defences against China

The anti-dumping duties that the EU is likely to impose on Chinese imports in the coming months will have little macroeconomic impact. But more goods will be targeted in the next couple of years with significant implications for some sectors and potentially for the euro-zone economy as a whole.

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