Germany braced for sharpest economic hit in recent history

Germany braced for sharpest economic hit in recent history

09/04/2020 10:30:00

Germany braced for sharpest economic hit in recent history

Germany's leading economic forecasting body is warning Europe's industrial powerhouse is set for its biggest economic hit on record and says risks remain even to that gloomy outlook.

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