By Erik Kirschbaum BERLIN, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Friction with the United States over German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's "hell no we won't go" attitude to war on Iraq could ruffle the world economy if Berlin and Washington fail to patch up their pivotal relationship. The public spat between the United States and its normally cooperative ally has chilled the climate among the big economic powers ahead of Friday's meeting of Group of Seven (G7) finance ministers in Washington, adding an ...
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