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Not so diplomatic

“An unprecedented wave of complaints reaching our embassy and consulates indicate a clear trend that doing business in China has become more difficult”

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Germany’s ambassador to China Michael Clauss tells the South China Morning Post that his nation’s companies are downbeat about the competitive landscape in the country. He said even firms like Knorr-Bremse – one of the first to set up manufacturing facilities in China over three decades ago – are “facing an increasingly insurmountable protective wall favouring Chinese state-owned enterprises”.


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