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A burden for banks

13 October 2016 By Olaf Storbeck

Only in Venezuela and China is it harder to sack workers. Teutonic industrial companies have learned to cope and job creation is booming. The only catch is that Germany’s labour-friendly rules are ill suited to the generous pay and hire-and-fire culture of global finance.

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