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German firms in China: A quarter are ‘planning to leave’

By DW
16 November 2019   |   11:55 am
China's economic slowdown and trade tensions between the world's top two economies have dampened German businesses' spirits. Many German firms operating in China report a "gloomy" business outlook.

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