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Europe

Germany, 30 years after (continuation)

In a few days will be celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall fall, on November 9th. The East-German regime was already weakened by the weekly demonstrations in Leipzig. During summer, Austria had opened its border to allow those who wanted to migrate to West Germany to go there. The spectacle of the prosperity of their neighbors they see at the TV every evening was revealing, more than any political speech, the communism failure. The fall of this symbol which was cutting in two parts the historic German capital was unavoidable as the reunification which followed it. Nevertheless, it ...

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Car industry : the crisis is taking shape

Frankfurt Show will close its doors at the end of the week. It is organized every two years alternately with the Paris one and it will have been impacted by three events which testify about the crisis which is announcing in this key sector of the German economy and which will not stay confined in this country. The chairman of the German carmakers Association, VDA, has announced his resignation the day after the inauguration by Angela Merkel. Most of the foreign carmakers, to the exception of Honda and Ford, have decided not to participate to the Show, which is unprecedented ...

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Germany, 30 years after reunification

The results of the elections in two of the most important länder in the former East-Germany, Saxe and Brandenburg are revealing the problems to which Germany is confronted with in these territories, 30 years after the reunification, but also in the whole country. During autumn 1989, massive demonstrations in Leipzig showed every week the rejection of the communist regime. Austrian border was half-opened to let pass these who wanted to go in the West of the country. At the beginning of November, in Berlin, under the pressure of the crowd, it was the wall which fell and the democratic ...

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