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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Hans-Peter Keitel
Germany is well-positioned to help its neighbors emerge from the eurozone crisis, but throwing money at the problem can only do so much to help, a top German businessman told a gathering at a Washington think tank Monday.
Germany's powerful industry lobby group said it will independently monitor the country's ambitious switchover from nuclear power to renewable energies over the next decade.
"Either Europe plays a role as a whole, or none of the countries play a role," Mr. Keitel said.
"They will ask each and every day for more money," Mr. Keitel said. "In the long run, it's the European economy itself which has to become competitive in world markets."