Economists see the corona-struck German economy shrink between 4.5% and 9% this year, pushing down energy demand and fuel use which lowers emissions well below targets. Though the German government pledged some €550 billion in ‘virus aid’ to shore up companies, economists at IfW and RWI still anticipate a full-blown recession.
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