Features - German banks - Missing a great historical chance? - Negotiations between the German government and the European Commission concerning the state support of Germany's public banks are igniting strong feelings on both sides. The Sparkassen and Landesbanken are prepared to defend their status but risk the disapproval of investors who may turn their backs on a sector with an uncertain ...
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