World Cup spill-over

Preece, Howard
June 2006
Finweek;6/22/2006, p56
The article reports on the effect of the results of the 2006 soccer World Cup on the economic conditions of Germany. Economists believe that the football standing of Germany will give a massive boost in the economic confidence of the country. Some economists also believe that if Germany has a handsome World Cup run, several much needed but painful economic reforms will be pushed aside.


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