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1. Like its western European neighbors, Germany faces significant demographic challenges to sustained long-term growth.
2. Germany is bursting with a new creativity that reflects in its contemporary architecture, art, fashion, events and design.
3. The Customs Union greatly enhanced economic efficiency, and paved the way for Germany to become a single economic unit during the 19th Century's period of rapid industrialization.
4. Germany is a broadly middle class society.
5. Prussia's economic growth outstripped Austria's during the latter half of the 19th Century and Prussia controlled Germany became one of Europe's industrial powerhouses.
6. Germany has expended considerable funds to bring Eastern productivity and wages up to Western standards.
7. Germany's economic outlook continues to brighten, with leading research institutes sharply raising their 2010 growth forecast and predicting a fall in unemployment in a report released on Thursday.
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1. Personal ties between the United States and Germany extend beyond immigration to include intensive foreign exchange programs, booming tourism in both directions, and the presence in Germany of large numbers of American military personnel and their dependents.
2. The Celts are believed to have been the first inhabitants of Germany.
3. During the postwar era, the Federal Republic of Germany sought to improve its relationship with the countries of Eastern Europe by first establishing trade agreements and, subsequently, diplomatic relations.
4. The European Union (European Union) has given Germany until 2013 to get its consolidated budget deficit below 3% of GDP.