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Not too long ago, the notion of a distressed investor doing business in Germany was considered absurd. The German economy – often described as ‘Deutschland AG’ – was perceived by international investors as a close-knit network of German corporates and banks that neither appeared in need of, nor welcomed, foreign capital.

 

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