Germany achieves its first general government surplus in five years, with "net lending" coming...


Germany achieves its first general government surplus in five years, with "net lending" coming in at €4.2B, or 0.2% of GDP. Central and state government cut their deficits considerably, while the surpluses of local governments and social security funds increased sharply. (PR)

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