BERLIN, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Surprisingly strong U.S. economic growth will help boost German exports next year even after the euro's recent rise to record levels against the dollar, a survey of more than 11,500 companies showed on Monday. Broad optimism in Germany's four main export sectors -- chemicals, electronics, autos and machinery -- suggests 2004 will be a good year, the survey by the DIHK chambers of industry and commerce showed. However, the strengthening of Europe's single ...
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