German Economics Experts 'The World Shouldn't Have to Bear the Burden for America's Lapses'

The US government is buying bad debt for $700 billion. Now Washington is asking other countries to jump in and help, too, but the Germans are bowing out. Believing that the rescue package sends the wrong signal, experts from the country's leading economics think tanks argue it's the right call.
Von Corinna Kreiler
Banking center Frankfurt: German financial institutions are in better shape than their American counterparts.

Banking center Frankfurt: German financial institutions are in better shape than their American counterparts.

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