Other people’s reforms

5 Jan 2015 By Olaf Storbeck

Berlin often lectures its euro zone peers on structural reform. Germany indeed adopted radical labour market reforms in 2005. They were beneficial, but amounted to political suicide for Angela Merkel’s predecessor. Since then the Chancellor hasn’t shown much appetite for change.

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