Sept 25 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks set to win a second term in an election on Sunday, but it is unclear whether she will be able to form the centre-right government she wants or be forced into another "grand coalition" with her Social Democrat rivals. Here are some of the immediate challenges the new government, whatever its stripes, will face: SUSTAINING GROWTH, BUDGET CONSOLIDATION A priority will be to ensure Europe's biggest economy, which emerged from a deep ...
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