(repeats to additional subscribers) BERLIN, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Germany's government plans to introduce a range of steps worth up to 25 billion euros ($31.87 billion) to boost Europe's biggest economy, a leading member of the ruling Social Democrats (SPD) told a newspaper on Thursday. "All together we are talking about a volume of perhaps 20 billion euros to 25 billion euros," Peter Struck, parliamentary floor leader of the SPD, which shares power with Chancellor Angela Merkel's ...
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