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Goldman Sachs CFO says Germany in 'early days of a slowdown': CNBC

Reuters Thursday, 5 September 2019
Goldman Sachs Chief Financial Officer Stephen Scherr said on Thursday that the Germany economy is in the "early days of a slowdown".
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