May 9 (Reuters) - German exporters are well-positioned to cope with the strong euro, Germany's leading trade organisation said on Friday, even after data showed exports posted their biggest fall in nearly a year in March. "The German economy is so strong that it can work with this level," Anton Boerner, president of the Federation of German Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services (BGA), told Reuters. The euro has been steadily rising in recent months, hitting a 2 ...
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