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The Absence Of A New German Government Couldn’t Shake The Country’s Economic Confidence


01/25/2018


Economists find, the German economy “faring well” even at the backdrop of the current affairs.



Klaus Wohlrabe, the economist at Ifo sees the German economy “faring well” even with the absence of “a new government” following “four months” national election, as Wohlrabe said on Thursday, 25 January 2018 after the “economic institute” informed of an increased “business confidence” in January 2018.
 
In Wohlrabe’s words to Reuters:
“Despite the uncertainty about forming a government, the German economy is in excellent condition”.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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