What changes lie ahead for German-Asian relations? | DW News

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What will determine how Germany engages with Asia, depends on the kind of coalition government the political parties build. The two most viable options at the moment are either the Social Democrats teaming up with the Greens and the libertarian Free Democrats, known as the FDP. Or Merkel’s Christian Democrats, who came in a tight second, teaming up with the same – the Greens and the FDP.

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