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Germany's Fiscal Contraction: Less Than Meets the Eye?

July 2, 2010

Jacob Funk Kirkegaard argues that reports of a drastic fiscal consolidation by Germany are exaggerated—and the cries of alarm in the United States may be overstated.





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