Why Germany's Export Machine Is Under AttackBy
Imagine someone who runs a thriving luxury car dealership, yet does the weekly shopping at a no-frills discount store. That pretty much describes the Germans. The global No. 3 exporter is famously thrifty at home, so Germany runs a trade surplus equaling nearly 7 percent of its economy.
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