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Germany's About To Bail Out Its Biggest Bank. Just Don't Call It That.

What is the European Union’s wealthiest and most powerful nation to do when it risks running afoul of the rules it has spent years enforcing on other countries? We may soon find out when Germany acts to shore up Deutsche Bank, a financial colossus teetering on the brink of collapse. The government is likely to try to thread the needle with an unofficial bailout that allows Germany to claim it is still obeying post-financial crisis rules forbidding such measures, according to Mark Blyth, a political science professor at Brown University who specializes in international finance.
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