Germany and the ECB 'Either Way, We're Trapped'

Berlin appears to be losing influence at the European Central Bank. Leading economist Hans-Werner Sinn, 63, believes that Germany has been 'pushed to the margins' at the institution and that its hardline positions on monetary policy are a thing of the past.
The European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt.

The European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt.

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Interview conducted by Anne Seith