GDP Surges 2.2 Percent Greatest Economic Boom Since German Reunification

Germany just posted its strongest quarter of economic growth since reunification in 1990. During the second quarter, an exports boom, increased consumption and government stimulus helped the country chalk up growth of 2.2 percent.
Automobile production at Volkswagen headquarters in Wolfsburg: Germany's economy is recovering faster than expected.

Automobile production at Volkswagen headquarters in Wolfsburg: Germany's economy is recovering faster than expected.

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