1st LD: Chinese business group "shocked, dissatisfied" over EU raids on Chinese company

  • World
  • Wednesday, 24 Apr 2024

BRUSSELS, April 23 (Xinhua) -- The China Chamber of Commerce to the European Union (CCCEU) said on Tuesday that it is "profoundly shocked and dissatisfied" after the EU conducted raids on a Chinese company's offices in Poland and the Netherlands.

According to the CCCEU, enforcement agencies authorized by the European Commission carried out raids "without prior notice" on Tuesday morning to investigate whether the company has received industry subsidies.

"They seized the company's information technology equipment and employees' mobile phones, scrutinized office documents, and demanded access to pertinent data," the CCCEU said.

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