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Germany: Who can ward off the energy crisis and inflation?

By DW
10 September 2022   |   9:32 am
Is the €65-billion relief package enough to cushion Germans against rising energy and food price hikes? The country is facing multiple challenges and the government and political opposition disagree on solutions.

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