As Chinese firms acquire their foreign counterparts, European lawmakers are putting on the brakes. But can Europe afford to be worried?
How quickly can the trade spat between the United States and China be resolved? At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, some believe it could take years before a sustainable settlement is agreed.
Chinese investors spent 40 percent less on acquisitions in the European Union last year, a new report shows. Are increasing regulatory hurdles put in place by EU members keeping Chinese companies away from the bloc?
Nearly two years after a hostile Chinese takeover, Kuka's Chief Executive Till Reuter is to be replaced. The industrial robot maker recently revised down its 2018 revenue prediction and its share price has plummeted.
Economy Minister Peter Altmaier had already been forced to defend his "National Industrial Strategy 2030" even before officially unveiling the details. Critics have accused him of heavy-handed state interventionism.
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