Is Germany's Bear Economy Coming Out Of Hibernation?Gene Koretz
There's no denying that the German economy still faces massive structural problems stemming from extraordinarily high real wages, slowing productivity, and the need for tight fiscal and monetary policies to counter the budgetary and inflationary impacts of huge outlays for unification. Thus, many observers believe economic growth will stay feeble in both 1994 and 1995.
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