China was Germany’s most important trading partner for the sixth year in a row in 2021. Goods worth €245.4 billion were traded between the two countries, representing a 15.1 percent increase on the first Covid year of 2020, according to the German Federal Statistical Office on Friday. The Netherlands followed in second with sales of €206.1 billion (+20.1 percent) and the United States in third with €194.1 billion (+13.4 percent).
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