German GDP Increased 3.6% in 2010, Strongest Rate Since Reunification

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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