Germany benefits from China's rapid economic development according to the German Der Spiegel weekly on August 15, the DAS Institute der Deutschen Wirtschaft said that despite the recent deep debt crisis in Europe and the instability of the stock market, the development of German enterprises is still stable. The agency also insisted on its previous forecast of Germany's economic growth rate and believed that emerging industrial countries such as China would become the driving force of Germany's economic growth
the turmoil in the stock market has shaken the confidence of people who were optimistic about the German economy, but the German Institute of economic research believes that people need not worry too much about it. In May, 2011, for example, the inner surface of the cylinder, the main journal of the precision machine tool, the main journal of the coordinate boring machine, etc., the Agency predicted that the economic growth rate of Germany would reach 3.5% in 2011 and 2.25% in 2012. They believe that this data is not necessary to be modified now
the German Economic Research Institute believes that the global investment fever will not decrease and will continue. Because the economic development momentum of emerging industrial countries represented by China is still rapid
Michael Huether, head of the German Economic Research Institute, said that the economic growth rate of China, India, Russia and Brazil in the past year has exceeded the average level of the world economy. "If these four countries can smoothly tide over the current economic crisis, they will become tomorrow's economic giants."
Xu said that Germany's export industry benefited from the rise in global investment. By 2012, after the international financial crisis, the total investment in emerging industrial countries and developing countries will be basically the same as that in developed countries. The International Monetary Fund has predicted that by 2015, the economic aggregate of the snapshot of go and go-pda models with different water content in these four countries (a) will account for 30% of the global economic aggregate, while the proportion of the European Union will drop to 13%