The Shape Of Things To Come In PoznanGail E. Schares
Ever since communism's collapse, it was a given: Germany would once again extend its influence eastward--this time, economically. German capital and knowhow would march into the former Soviet bloc as thousands of foot soldiers once did, winning markets and low-cost production centers.
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