The World from Berlin A 55 Billion Euro Windfall from 'Germany's Dumbest Bank'

Germany has adjusted its national debt figures downward after a 55.5 billion euro accounting error was revealed at a state-run "bad bank." While this may seem like good news, German commentators on Monday say no amount of money can make up for embarrassment.
The bad bank FMS Wertmanagement made a collosal accounting error.

The bad bank FMS Wertmanagement made a collosal accounting error.

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-- Kristen Allen