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Germany’s Cosco deal: A risky dependency?

Shortly before German Chancellor Scholz visits China, his cabinet has agreed on a controversial deal to allow a Chinese company to buy a stake in a Hamburg port terminal. DW's Thomas Sparrow has the details.

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