Sept 27 (Reuters) - German voters gave conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel a second term on Sunday and allowed her to dump her centre-left coalition partners in favour of the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP), projections showed. There are key policy differences, however, between her Christian Democrats (CDU), their Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), and the FDP, which will need to be hammered out as they strike a coalition agreement. ECONOMY/FINANCE The FDP ...
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