2021/09/24 Legacy of outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel/ China-ASEAN trade

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— German Chancellor Angela Merkel will not be on the ballot in Germany’s national election after her long reign. What legacy does she leave behind?

— Booming trade between China and its ASEAN neighbors. Is there more room to grow? What’re the prospects despite global headwinds such as the COVID-19 pandemic? Answers from a China-ASEAN trade promo executive.

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