China and Germany—the Great Mart Forms

May 28, 2012  •  From
A significant move bolstering Chinese investment in Central Europe is set to benefit Germany substantially.

One of the concerns that the overseers of Germany’s booming export economy have had is that the current imposition of austerity measures on European Union economies would work to reduce the capacity of their major market—EU member nations—to continue to buy German-manufactured goods.

Enter China.

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