China calls for Germany to look for balanced policy on economy
(MENAFN) Along with unofficial reports that Germany is pursuing to cut ties with China, Beijing on Friday called for Berlin to apply a "rational and practical policy" to "help build an open world economy, instead of shooting itself in the foot."
"We hope that Germany will adopt a rational and practical policy toward China and support greater two-way opening-up to inject positive energy into the high-level mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries," on the words of Mao Ning, spokesperson of China's Foreign Ministry.
She was reply to reports that Germany is "considering ways to make business with China less attractive in a bid to reduce dependency" on Asia's financial powerhouse.
"If what was reported is true, then I have to say the measures to be taken by Germany are simply illogical and make no sense," Mao added, in line with a transcript of the ministry's daily press meeting in Beijing.
"They (measures) would not bring any good to Germany's own economy or practical cooperation with China," she also said.
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