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May 15, 2012 12:00 AM

Germany, with its economy booming, has little sympathy for Greece

The fortunes of Germany and the eurozone it leads have taken sharply divergent paths. As the euro crisis deepens, and more and more neighbors slip down the path toward economic perdition, it is increasingly obvious that the German economy is growing healthier.

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