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How Germany Became Europe's Richest Country


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Germany Votes - High Stakes for Europe? | Quadriga

Angela Merkel's Conservatives look set to be the strongest block in the parliament after the upcoming national election in Germany. The country's economy is in robust shape in spite of the European debt crisis. But it is still not clear that Merkel will be reelected. Germany's European neighbours, too, are looking with interest - and mixed feelings - at the continent's largest economy.

Many people in southern Europe are suffering under the austerity which Angela Merkel has promoted as the response to the crisis. If Greeks and Spaniards could vote in Germany's election, the Chancellor would stand little chance of staying in office. Yet many observers from around Europe see in Merkel the only politician who can hold the continent together during the crisis.

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Gap between Rich and Poor in Germany | Made in Germany

Inequality between the very rich and the poor is increasing in Germany as elsewhere, according to a report by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). But what does poverty in Germany mean? Low wages? No assets? Claudia Laszczak reports on what it means to be an average single, average family and average pensioner in Germany.
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France: Running Scared of Germany? | European Journal

The eurozone debt crisis has laid bare French suspicions of Germany. Relations between the two countries have now become a big election issue in France, characterized by increasingly venomous anti-German commentary. A leading French socialist compared Chancellor Angela Merkel to Otto von Bismarck, the chancellor who defeated France back in 1871. Many French people are annoyed at the way President Nicolas Sarkozy has described Germany as a role model for France. They see as him as the junior partner in the new Merkozy axis. France's minister for Europe, Jean Leonetti, is already talking of anti-German hysteria sweeping the country.

Talk: Is Europe crumbling? | Made in Germany

With serious differences in refugee policy and many member states still struggling with economic and social crises, the European Union is facing a major challenge. Josef Janning is head of the Berlin office of the pro-European think tank European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), and he talks about the consequences of border controls for the European economy and the future of the Union.

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Made in Germany | German Investors in Romania

Romania is an increasingly attractive place for Western Europeans to invest. This year it's estimated that Western companies will pump more than 10 billion euros into the Romanian economy.
Since Romania joined the EU on January 1, 2007, investors have enjoyed improved legal protection, it's easier for people to cross the border, and goods no longer have to clear customs. Many German companies now outsource work to Romania, where wages are low by Western European standards. Still, as Karl Harenbrock reports, the financial crisis and its aftermath is also being felt in this south-eastern country.

Germany Today: Post-World War II Reconstruction, 1947

This video is about the four victors of the war in Europe occupying Germany. The video shows a devastated Germany and its clean up. There are Germans how have to help rebuild there own country. There is the small percentage that still prosper though. The four zones of Germany became split between the victors: The United States, France, Great Britain and the USSR. The video gets specific about the United States is doing to help rebuild Germany from shipping food to teaching journalism. But there still are people how are trying to promote not Germany's fault to a black market. There is also mention of war crime tribunals as well. This video is in the Public Domain. The Master Copy can be found at the National Archives and Records Administration, Room 4000, 8601 Adelphi Road, Hyattsville, MD 20740-6001. The Archival Retrieval Catalog (ARC) number is: 642295

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????Germany Economic Report : So How did Germany become such a strong Economy?
The economy of Germany is a highly developed social market economy. It is the largest national economy in Europe, the fourth-largest by nominal GDP in the world. In this video, we will analyze the secrets of the German economic strength.

And try to understand, why is the German economy so powerful, and what lessons can the rest of the world learn from it?.

#1. Euro bliss.
There is no doubt that Germany has benefited greatly from the euro. Few other reasons are.
Rising german exports are cheaper for overseas consumers.
Relatively low levels of private debt.
Real interests remain stable.
Germans are uncomfortable with the concept of borrowing money.
Germany is among the few economies maintaining a balance of payments surplus.
#2. Labor reforms.
Germany embarked upon a program of fundamental labor market reform in 2003, sparked by the excesses of post-unification wage increases.
The reforms laid the foundation for a stable and flexible labor market. While unemployment across Europe and the US soared during the global downturn, remarkably, the jobless number in Germany barely flickered.
Germany maintains a culture of business owners acknowledging and rewarding the efforts of the workforce, which develops harmony in the workplace and builds a degree of trust between the employer and employees.
#3. Job skills.
More important still to Germany's industrial strength is the country's education system.
Apprentices aged 15 to 16 spend more time in the workplace receiving on-the-job training than they do in school, and after three to four years are almost guaranteed a full-time job.
And in Germany, there is less stigma attached to vocational training and technical colleges than in many countries.

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Uncertainty over Brexit and the trade war between the US and China slowed down the export-oriented German economy.
Nevertheless, Germany is still Europe's biggest economy and one of the world's most powerful economies. Germany is one of the largest global exporters of goods and services.
So How did Germany become such a strong economy?
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How to deal with money like a German | Meet the Germans

While other European countries make the transition to cashless societies, Germany still has a stubborn affection for a pocket full of loose change. Rachel Stewart investigates the very specific German attitude to money.

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Germany is a very powerful country that has been hard at work to build their economy. Germans have proven their resilience in building their wealth.

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