China-EU decoupling would knock 1 per cent off Germany’s GDP, report says, as diversification push intensifies

A decoupling of the European Union from China, in which trade is reduced by 97 per cent, would reduce German economic output by 1 per cent in the long term, according to the Kiel Institute.

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