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In Germany, the wealth gap continues to expand

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A link from Der Spiegel

A new report commissioned by the German government has found that in the past five years, private net assets have increased by €1.4 trillion ($1.83 trillion) while state assets have declined. The top 10 percent of households account for more than half of the country’s wealth.

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