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Ailing Infrastructure: Scrimping Threatens Germany’s Future

SPIEGEL ONLINE International writes about the recent study by the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) about the investment shortfall in Germany:

“From the outside, Germany appears to have a robust economy. But a new study by a leading economic institute reveals that the country is investing far too little in infrastructure and its future, effectively saving itself to death .. (full article)”

For more information on the investment agenda of DIW Berlin, see also my post “10 Statements – Investment for More Growth. An Agenda for Germany’s Future“.

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