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Made in Germany | Spreading the Word


Economic stimulus packages in Germany mean there’s a total of 40 billion euros up for grabs – and it’s up to the KfW,the bank that transferred 300 million euros to Lehman Brothers shortly before its bankruptcy,to distribute it.Preferred candidates are businesses that have suffered as a result of the global credit crunch. But so far,only 1500 firms have requested help to the tune of around six billion euros. Very few small and medium-sized businesses are aware of just how the KfW can be of assistance,and that’s why the bank has decided to take its message – by bus – to 64 German towns and cities,and take the money to the people. Alexa Meyer visited the town of Schwerin in the state of

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