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Actors perform a play that teaches the history of the Chinese Communist Party at a theme park in Shaanxi Province operated by the Dalian Wanda Group. (Photo by Shin Watanabe)
The age of 'Great China'

Dealing with the dilemma of the Chinese market

Move close and get burned at home, move away and lose traction with 1.4bn people

Nikkei staff writers | China

DALIAN/TOKYO -- The Federation of German Industries (BDI), Germany's leading business group is worried. "China is one of the most important markets worldwide," said Friedolin Strack, head of the Department of International Markets at BDI, during an interview with Nikkei. "But it is difficult to partner with a powerful nation like China."

He explained that there is too much business in the Chinese market at risk for individual companies to speak out on human rights issues.

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