U.S.-German row may hit economy - German industry


By Erik Kirschbaum BERLIN, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Political tensions between the German and U.S. governments are straining business ties in the two countries and the row needs to be quickly resolved, the head of a leading German business group said on Thursday. Ludolf-Georg von Wartenberg, director of the BDI industry association, said German companies were reporting cancelled business in America following Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's re-election campaign that criticised U.S. policy on ...

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