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Big almost bang

14 March 2013 By Olaf Storbeck

Germany started liberalising its labour market 10 years ago. That brought some welcome results, but the Hartz reforms’ impact on Germany’s economic resurgence tend to be overestimated. Wage restraint and a global demand boom for capital goods have been more important.

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