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REPORT: Germany could make a major change to the law to attract bankers post-Brexit

The German government is reportedly considering altering a major employment law in the country to make Frankfurt a more attractive destination for banks and financial services firms in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union. The Financial Times reports that Germany is "looking at imposing an upper salary limit on employee protections of €100,000 (£90,279) or €150,000, which would make conditions such as redundancy terms less generous.
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