No remorse in Germany for 2008 financial crisis response

While the Germany economy is still going strong, the austerity measures it demanded of other European countries have left stagnant economies and high unemployment elsewhere on the continent.

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    Ten years after the financial crash of 2008, Germany faces accusations of helping to wreck the Greek economy by demanding punitive austerity measures.

    But inside the German government there is no remorse.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Berlin, Germany.


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