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Germany gets economic rebalancing only half right

The country no longer depends on exports for growth. Strong domestic demand is the key driver these days, a government-commissioned report says. Yet the current account surplus is still rising. Blame not only Angela Merkel’s fiscal restraint but also weak corporate investment.
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