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Weimar worries

3 June 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

Germany used less stimulus and runs lower deficits than other big economies. That made its slump deeper, but raised hopes of a healthier recovery. Regrettably, its chancellor is right to fear that central bank easing may cause inflation, depriving Germany of austerity s rewards.

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