BROYER Mmm. When many parties have to take responsibility for a decision, Germany’s philosophy of consensus really does have advantages. When people in Germany say, “We’re going to do this,” the thing really does get done. However, I would criticize the comparison with China. I wouldn’t say that China has a philosophy of consensus, because China is definitely not a democracy. However, China does have the possibility of enforcing the government’s will through commands. That works in many centralized nations, including France. But from my viewpoint, the crucial thing is that China has a plan, a grand idea! Germany has a philosophy of consensus, but no fundamental idea about the direction in which it wants to develop. Germany is not developing a real industrial policy.