- Nov 25, 2008
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The German economy grew by 2.2% in the three months to the end of June, its fastest quarterly growth in more than 20 years, official figures show.
"Such quarter-on-quarter growth has never been recorded before in reunified Germany," the national statistics office, Destatis, said.
The main reason for the higher-than-expected growth was strong exports, helped by a weaker euro.
BBC News - German economy sees 'record' growth of 2.2%
Both the Anti/Pro Euro's should rejoice in this news. Germany is a close trading partner with or without the EU and it will reflect on the regions development. The US growth is backpedaling and we don't want to go there with them.