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September 15, 2005

German Election This Sunday

This Sunday's election in Germany will have serious implications for the future of European Industrial Relations systems. Here are a few articles worth reviewing:

German Voters Voice Anger & Doubt (International Herald Tribune - Free)

Merkel Gets Personal (International Herald Tribune - Free)

In German Vote One-Time Outsider Offers Big Changes (WSJ Subscription Required)

German Elections Down to the Wire 
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