Carsten Brzeski, ING Germany's chief economist, talks to DW about China's current economic slowdown. Economic growth is at 6.9 percent but that is still little by Chinese standards.
Intellectual property (IP) is back in focus after US President Trump asked his trade office to look into the issue of China allegedly stealing American technology and IP, and eroding US firms' competitive edge.
Two of the world's biggest trading nations saw both exports and imports cooling lately. While Chinese trade growth in July slowed significantly compared with June, German exporters even suffered a surprise decline.
Massive money printing to restart the global economy after the financial crisis has blown an even bigger bubble. Ten years after the last crash, are we due another one and will it be worse?
China’s economy has seen its strongest quarterly performance in a while. The country is becoming less and less dependent on the rest of the world. But its debts are growing, says DW’s Frank Sieren.
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