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Tighter policy on the cards, Germany’s China Strategy

This week brought another raft of weak data on the euro-zone economy. And further struggles lie ahead, with the minutes of the June ECB meeting and a statement released by EU finance ministers suggesting that tighter monetary and fiscal policy are on the cards. Otherwise, Germany’s new China Strategy is unlikely to reduce risks stemming from the country’s reliance on critical inputs from China anytime soon. 

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