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2 Comments on "German economy getting stronger"

  1. The article confuses EU and Eurozone. German exports to the EZ in February were €35.6, Imports from the EZ were €34.8, a small surplus of €0.8. Please correct the article.

  2. Good. That is why Germany should pay its debts. Greece’s loans are to a large extent a swindle. Less than 40B stayed in the country. The
    rest washed through the countries books back to northern European banks.
    Everyone has to pay their real debts:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGtpGPiJ98A

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxVqM-bCLzA

    Happy Easter everyone!

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