BERLIN, Jan 30 (Reuters) - A deterioration in foreign demand is having an increasingly negative impact on Germany's domestic economy, the Finance Ministry said on Friday. The ministry's monthly report for January said that Europe's largest economy was seeing domestic growth pick up some of the slack left by foreign trade, but that overall economic activity was still declining. "The worsening in foreign trade conditions is increasingly weighing on the domestic economy," deputy finance ...
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