Worries as German's remember 'wheelbarrow money'

GERMANY - A survey has revealed that more than half the population of Germany remain wary about the introduction of euro notes and coins fearing it will lead to price rises as retailers use the opportunity to round up prices following conversion into the single currency.

For most Germans the fear of inflation remains deep-seated. The country has gone through several currency reforms and a period of hyperinflation within living memory, and many citizens would rather keep the reliable D-Mark,

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