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Down but not out

23 September 2013 By Olaf Storbeck

It was a close call, but Germany’s new anti-euro party eventually failed on election day. Despite Deutschmark nostalgia and inflation phobia, the country remains immune to euro scepticism. The AfD could, however, create some headaches for Merkel – and the rest of Europe.

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