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Can Germany hold its own in the new world of a reconfigured Europe, an ascendant China, and 21st century America? Is German economic decline exaggerated? or inevitable?

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  • Richard W. Fisher

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Remarks before the Atlantik-Brücke Annual Meeting, Berlin, Germany, June 9, 2004 ; On October 12, 2005, at a meeting organized by the Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations and the American Council on Germany, German Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger referred to a speech that Dallas Fed President Richard W. Fisher delivered at the Atlantik-Brücke annual meeting in Berlin in June 2004. “It rocked the nation,” Ambassador Ischinger said. “And Richard, I am here to tell you we have listened.” Although the speech was given before Mr. Fisher came to the Federal Reserve, in response to audience requests to make the speech available, it is posted here in its entirety.

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  • Richard W. Fisher, 2004. "Can Germany hold its own in the new world of a reconfigured Europe, an ascendant China, and 21st century America? Is German economic decline exaggerated? or inevitable?," Speeches and Essays 110, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddsp:110
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    Economic conditions - United States;

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