In its March monthly report the Bundesbank described Germany's public-sector finances as "crisis-like", but said the prospects for reforms had clearly improved.
"The reform process must not get stuck," the Bundesbank said. Further consolidation of the public budget, tax cuts and a reform of the social welfare system were now needed.
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