International Affairs
1 August 2011 , Volume 67, Number 4

As the German economic situation continues to improve, well into the second year of an impressive recovery, the drivers of the country's economic growth are manifold and suggest sustainability over time. As the German economy motors forward, registering an unprecedented 6.1 percent first quarter 2011 gross domestic product (GDP) performance, the positive spillover effects on overall employment levels and declining unemployment are following suit.

Authors

Jens Bastian

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