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Germany and Poland to emerge strongest from crisis: Union
Date: 8 February 2012
Category: Market Watch
The German and Polish property markets will come out of the euro debt crisis more strongly than any other country in Europe, according to Union Investment's latest investment climate study which polled 167 property investors in Germany, France and the UK.
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