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Shorting the China-Story with German Blue Chips

Part Three: Volkswagen AG

The Volkswagen AG has taken a dominant position in the Chinese market. While the profits of the Volkswagen Group China

have risen during the last ten years, the risks are becoming apparent.


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Shorting the China-Story with German Blue Chips

Part Two: Hella KGaA

As a listed family-owned entreprise Hella KGaA can be categorized as a solid company on the German stock exchange.

Nevertheless, the company illustrates the dependency of German Blue Chips on the Chinese market in a striking



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Shorting the China-Story with German Blue Chips

Part One: ThyssenKrupp

This serial of publications analyzes to what extent German companies depend on the Chinese market

and how they manage to counteract an economic slowdown in China.


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