Would it really make sense for the US to curb Chinese investment in "industrially important" industries? DW's Ben Fajzullin talks to the president of the German Institute for Global and Area Studies, Amrita Narlikar.
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.
What role can Chinese network supplier Huawei play in building Germany's 5G network? It's a question of faith, but not only — so Berlin is taking its time to give a definitive answer.
Both the US and China say they've made "tremendous" progress when it comes to resolving their trade disagreements. DW spoke to Chinese analyst He Jiangbing about the trade tensions and impact on the Chinese economy.
Heightened security concerns on the continent have been just one reason for a sharp drop in China's investment activities across Europe. A fresh study shows, though, that German firms remain coveted takeover targets.
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