The IMF Considers Germany’s Large Trade Surplus An Undesirable “Imbalance” In The Global Economy

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The rest of the world considers Germany’s towering trade surplus, which equals 8 per cent of the country’s GDP, to be too large. But Berlin’s finance minister, attending meetings in Washington, says Germany can’t help that the rest of the world wants its products. Washington (dpa) – The International Monetary Fund considers Germany’s large trade surplus…

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