The majority of Germans wish for a harder line on China. This is the result of a survey by the opinion research institute Forsa. According to the poll, commissioned by the magazine Internationale Politik, 58 percent of respondents said the German government should take a tougher stance and defend its own interests more aggressively, even if this would harm economic relations with China. 17 percent support a tougher stance only if economic relations would not suffer. 19 percent reject a tougher stance.
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