By William Schomberg BRUSSELS, Sept 22 (Reuters) - European trade chief Peter Mandelson travels to China this week, hoping the turmoil in financial markets around the world will add urgency to his calls on Beijing to open up its economy. Mandelson has long said Beijing must bring down barriers to foreign investment if it wants to avoid a protectionist backlash in Europe and other key markets. The meltdown of big financial institutions has heightened recession fears that could fuel calls ...
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