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Germany will be stuck in the slow lane

The recent weakness of Germany’s economy is partly due to temporary factors which should ease this year. However, demographic and structural headwinds, partly driven by global fragmentation, mean the economy is likely to grow by little more than half a percent per year in the late 2020s. This is well below its trend before the pandemic and lower than we expect in the US, UK or even France.

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