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Germany must work with partners says IMF

The International Monetary Fund urged Germany to work with its European partners to “address the challenges” posed by the crisis in the 17-nation euro area.

3rd July, 2012
The German economy, Europe’s largest, has had a “sharp rebound”.

The International Monetary Fund urged Germany to work with its European partners to “address the challenges” posed by the crisis in the 17-nation euro area.

The German economy, Europe’s largest, has had a “sharp rebound” in growth and is poised to recover in the face of the drag of the debt crisis, the IMF said in reports released today in Washington. That recovery is at risk if the crisis spills over into Germany’s...

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