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German economy shrinks for first time since 2015

By Bloomberg
18 November 2018   |   11:30 am
Volker Wieland, managing director at Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability, discusses the reasons why Germany's economy unexpectedly shrank in the third quarter.

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