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Security index: Germans see China as small risk

According to a survey conducted by the Munich Security Conference, the rise of China is perceived as a low risk in Germany. On the Munich Security Index scale of 0 to 100, the People’s Republic achieved a value of 45. The more the index approaches 100, the more strongly the respondents perceive the threat. According to the security index, Germans perceive China to be less risky than other survey participants in Europe, as stated in the report published on Wednesday. In neighboring France, for example, China scored 49, while only Russian respondents saw the People’s Republic as less risky than the Germans, with a score of 21.

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