Germany’s economy in 2010 grew at its strongest rate since the country’s reunification, propelled by buoyant exports and rising investment, the Federal Statistics Office said Wednesday. German GDP increased 3.6% last year in price-adjusted terms, after slumping 4.7% in 2009. That was the strongest increase since pan-German records began in 1992, but slightly below economists forecasts of a 3.7% gain. – WSJ
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