Why Germany’s energy crisis and euro weakness spell trouble for the euro zone

Germany has long been the engine of European growth and the German model rests on trade surpluses and factories powered by Russian energy. With electricity prices going through the roof and euro weakness making imported energy more expensive, the situation in Germany is alarming.

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