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Germany in the economic driver's seat
Germany's pursuit of manufacturing perfection and cooperation between management and labor have made it Europe's economic leader.
Oliver Seewald (left) and Nevzat Guney, employees at Noack Bronze-casting foundry, filling sand into a wheelbarrow, which is used for a mold for a bronze. Thursday, April 26, 2012. Noack is arguably the most important bronze-casting foundry in Germany, based in Berlin. Daniel Pilar/Special to The Washington Times