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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.
Count Anton Wolfgang von Faber-Castell, chairman of Faber-Castell Aktiengesellschaft, throws pencils for demonstrating product quality from the castle tower of the Faber-Castell Castle (height about 20 meters / 65 feet) in the city of Stein near Nuremberg on Thursday, May 3, 2012. Sign of product quality: the pencil lead is not broken. The German company Faber-Castell is one of the world's largest manufacturers of pens, pencils, other office supplies and art supplies, as well as high-end writing instruments and luxury leather goods. Faber-Castell is know for its "Perfect Pencil", an ordinary lead pencil enclosed in a beautiful silver case that includes a sharpener and can be reused as each pencil wears down. Christian Burkert/Special to The Washington Times.
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