Chinese investors have embarked on a buying spree in Europe. 2016 looks set to be a record year for takeovers. We talk with Cora Jungbluth from the Bertelsmann Foundation.
Chinese companies continue to be on a shopping spree in Europe and Germany in particular. A fresh study shows that takeovers are usually in line with Beijing's new industrial strategy where nothing is left to chance.
Who benefits the most from increasing globalization? It's people in industrialized countries, says Germany's Bertelsmann Foundation in a new survey. Nonetheless, globalization "is not a zero-sum game."
As the world prepares to tackle trade tensions and tit-for-tat tariffs, the summit between leaders of China and Central and Eastern European nations offers a chance for Beijing to present itself as a free trade champion.
China's Ningbo Jifeng has reached agreement to buy out German auto parts maker Grammer, in a deal that marks the latest Chinese acquisition of European technology and is likely to face close scrutiny from EU regulators.
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