BRUSSELS, Jan 28 (Reuters) - German firms are not facing a credit squeeze despite the global financial crisis, the managing director of Germany's DIHK chambers of industry and commerce said. "We can't speak of a credit squeeze, although individual sectors are experiencing greater problems getting credit," Martin Wansleben told Reuters in an interview authorised for publication on Wednesday. An ongoing DIHK survey showed that only 2 percent of the 8,800 firms questioned so far had ...
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