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Deutsche blue-chip rescue has method and madness

The idea that German companies might put capital into the country's biggest domestic lender sounds like poor financial sense. Yet as a way to avoid a politically toxic taxpayer bailout of Deutsche Bank, and protect corporates' interests, it has a certain logic.
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