Germans long for DM return

Six years after the introduction of the euro, more than half of all Germans want a return to the days of the national Deutschemark, a report published this week said.

According to an end-of-the-year survey of some 1,300 people by Dresdner Bank, 54.3 per cent said they would welcome a return to the former currency, compared to 42.6 per cent who said they had grown used to the euro.

Women also tended to reject the new currency more often than men, the bank reported in the publication of its surv

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