Buba Remsperger - German growth seen slower in '01

Economic growth in Germany in 2001 will be slower on average than in 2000, Deutsche Bundesbank Chief Economist Hermann Remsperger said Feb 23, 2001 in an interview with German news agency VWD. However, he said, while the rate of growth in 2000 slipped over the course of the year, growth rates should pick up again late in 2001, he said, VWD reported.

Remsperger said sentiment in Germany seems to be worse than the actual economic conditions merit, according to VWD. As to the effect of the U.S.'s

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