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Germany not so dependent on China after all

A new study by the Institute of the German Economic Institute (IW) in Cologne shows that Germany’s economic dependence on China is mostly overestimated. “Overall, China is significant as a supplier and buyer of intermediate inputs for German industry on average, but not to an overwhelming extent,” the researchers write in the still unpublished study. The newspaper “Handelsblatt” first reported on it.

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