He doubts that any Chinese investment will be good for Germany, even if it is good for a company. “Do we have to protect certain areas so that they are not absorbed by the system's competitors? I say yes”. But that is “of course an intervention in the market,” says Habeck.

Habeck sees the automobile industry as a “key industry for Germany”

Following US President Biden's decision to increase tariffs on Chinese electric cars, Germany's decision is still pending the next decision of the EU Commission: “The EU Commission is currently conducting an anti-subsidy investigation into imports of electric vehicles. “The federal government is still waiting for this to then draw “conclusions” from it.

The Minister of Economy considers the automobile industry to be a “key industry for Germany.” The federal government is working “politically to ensure that he remains here and has a secure future.”

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