Next Europe Recession may be led by Germany

In the years since the recession hit, Germany slowly but surely became a European economic powerhouse, not only leading the euro zone out of financial quagmire but doing it at a canter. Germany has long been associated with affluence in the face of austerity and an extremely strong economy to back it up. However, with the usual suspects in Europe once again floundering in the face of economic uncertainty, it would seem that the once powerful German economy is wavering. Is the state of the German economy a cause for concern or just disappointing relatively speaking, when compared to the countries previous economic success in the face of adversity?

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