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Olaf Scholz visited China and met with Xi Jinping
Olaf Scholz visited China and met with Xi Jinping
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2024/04/16/world/asia/olaf-scholz-germany-china.html">The New York Times</a> reports that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz traveled to Beijing and met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. China is Germany's largest trading partner, so Scholz hopes to promote business relations between the countries. However, China-Germany relations have been strained because of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.</p> <p>There is another problem, it is the inability of German companies to compete with Chinese companies. Earlier, for example, we <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/news/economics/european-solar-companies-are-experiencing-serious-difficulties/">reported</a> that German solar companies are highly behind American and Chinese companies, and this industry in Germany is now in crisis.</p> <p>Nevertheless, "Mr. Scholz chose a conciliatory tone over a combative one" during his interaction with Xi.</p> <blockquote> <p>“Mr. Scholz’s trip was an example of the difficult dance that Germany is trying to do: maintaining economic ties with China while managing U.S. pressure to align itself more closely with Washington against Beijing,” is explained in the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>Thus, Scholz continues to insist on cooperation with China, but at the same time he asks Beijing "to curb the flood" of Chinese goods. Scholz also addressed the Ukrainian conflict in a "non-confrontational tone," hoping to discuss how states can establish a just peace in Ukraine.</p>
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2024/04/16/world/asia/olaf-scholz-germany-china.html">The New York Times</a> reports that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz traveled to Beijing and met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. China is Germany's largest trading partner, so Scholz hopes to promote business relations between the countries. However, China-Germany relations have been strained because of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.</p> <p>There is another problem, it is the inability of German companies to compete with Chinese companies. Earlier, for example, we <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/news/economics/european-solar-companies-are-experiencing-serious-difficulties/">reported</a> that German solar companies are highly behind American and Chinese companies, and this industry in Germany is now in crisis.</p> <p>Nevertheless, "Mr. Scholz chose a conciliatory tone over a combative one" during his interaction with Xi.</p> <blockquote> <p>“Mr. Scholz’s trip was an example of the difficult dance that Germany is trying to do: maintaining economic ties with China while managing U.S. pressure to align itself more closely with Washington against Beijing,” is explained in the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>Thus, Scholz continues to insist on cooperation with China, but at the same time he asks Beijing "to curb the flood" of Chinese goods. Scholz also addressed the Ukrainian conflict in a "non-confrontational tone," hoping to discuss how states can establish a just peace in Ukraine.</p>
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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. The New York Times reports that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz traveled to Beijing and met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. China is Germany's largest trading partner, so Scholz hopes to promote business relations between the countries. However, China-Germany relations have been strained because of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

There is another problem, it is the inability of German companies to compete with Chinese companies. Earlier, for example, we reported that German solar companies are highly behind American and Chinese companies, and this industry in Germany is now in crisis.

Nevertheless, "Mr. Scholz chose a conciliatory tone over a combative one" during his interaction with Xi.

“Mr. Scholz’s trip was an example of the difficult dance that Germany is trying to do: maintaining economic ties with China while managing U.S. pressure to align itself more closely with Washington against Beijing,” is explained in the article.

Thus, Scholz continues to insist on cooperation with China, but at the same time he asks Beijing "to curb the flood" of Chinese goods. Scholz also addressed the Ukrainian conflict in a "non-confrontational tone," hoping to discuss how states can establish a just peace in Ukraine.


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