THE EU – CHINA COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND INNOVATION
The EU and China enjoy one of the most fruitful relationships of cooperation in the world. In time, this cooperation has evolved into a strategic partnership created in 2003. A central part of the development and consolidation of the Strategic Partnership was that of the cooperation between these two actors in the field of research, development, and innovation. This paper intends, on the one hand, to analyze the cooperative relationships between the EU and China in the field of research, development, and innovation, and on the other hand to offer a bigger picture of the present day relationships in the field. This paper uses methods of quality research, more precisely document analysis.
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