* German exporters to benefit from weak euro * Germans to win market share from euro competitors * Clients holding nerve amid market rout By Chris Vellacott ZURICH, May 26 (Reuters) - Volatile markets and a falling euro means high quality German companies look attractive as they are set for a boost in export competitiveness, Julius Baer's head of research told Reuters in an interview. In addition to becoming more internationally competitive because of a cheap euro, German companies ...
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