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Germany not the only source of debt distress in Europe

Recent media attention has focused on the downturn in Germany and the travails of its lenders exposed to the crash in property values both domestically and in the US. While the focus on Europe’s largest market is justified, other major euro-zone markets also look susceptible to debt distress and forced sales.

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