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Angst of the German shopkeeper

18 March 2009 By Ian Campbell

During the boom years, Germans practised restraint but exported to overspenders. Weak exports mean the recession looks worse in Germany than in the US. Stimulus? Yes, but not too much. Future inflation is a worry. So is the cost of expensive bailouts for reckless neighbours.

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