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Germany’s Scholz meets Xi Jinping in China visit

By DW
07 November 2022   |   10:30 am
The German chancellor's trip to China has an economic emphasis but Scholz vowed not to shy away from difficult issues. There are concerns at home in Germany and abroad about the visit.

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