Germany: Keeping the ball rolling
Although Germany's equity culture looked to be taking shape in the late 1990s after years in which businesses were overwhelmingly privately financed, recent figures suggest that failing confidence among investors may have nipped this process in the bud. Oliver Kessler looks at what the future holds
Is equity culture in Germany in terminal decline? Is it in hibernation? Or is there even light at the end of the tunnel? The answer to the last question is yes, but there could be more.
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