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German exports rise significantly

Despite an emerging economic crisis, German exports to countries outside the EU rose significantly in August. The Federal Statistical Office reported on Wednesday, that exports, adjusted for calendar and seasonal effects, grew by 4.0 percent compared to the previous month to €60.3 billion in total. In July, there had still been a decline after previously three increases in a row.

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