While Trains Stop, Germany's Economy DerailsJohn Templeman and Bill Javetski
It's 7 a.m. at Frankfurt's main railway station and the start of another workday. But in the cavernous Hauptbahnhof, the trains aren't running on time. Indeed, they aren't running at all. For the first time in nearly two decades, Germany's rail workers are out on strike, leaving tracks empty and information boards blank.
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