Outlook and Assumptions: Outlook

March 2012
Germany Country Monitor;Mar2012, p3
Country Report
The article presents the economic outlook for Germany for 2012. It discusses the negative effect of recessions in the Eurozone to the German economy, wherein ramifications of the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis and European banking-sector risks could probably limit economic growth in Germany. However, it notes that the European Central Bank (ECB) will continue to support banks with balance-sheet problems.


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