By Kerstin Gehmlich BERLIN, Oct 31 (Reuters) - The centre of power in Communist East Germany was turned into a centre for capitalist learning on Thursday when Germany founded its first international business school in a former government building. A handful of top German companies, including steel and engineering group ThyssenKrupp and carmaker Daimler Chrysler AG , are underwriting the institute, which hopes to compete with American business schools like Harvard for the best European ...
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