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Germany Has First Monthly Trade Deficit Since 1991 on Inflation

  • Surging import prices cause shortfall in export-reliant nation
  • Manufacturers are reeling from supply snarls, rising costs
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Germany reported its first monthly trade deficit in three decades, as companies faced surging costs for imports and softer demand for their products amid a darker economic outlook.