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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Christos Kotanidis
With a shrinking labor force and buoyant economy, Germany desperately needs skilled workers to keep its industrial engine churning forward. Increasingly, it's seeking them from Greece and other European laggards like Spain and Portugal where unemployment is soaring amid fears of financial implosion.
"I decided to look for a job in Germany because it has a stable economy," Kotanidis said. "In Greece the economic situation is bad now, but the future looks even worse."