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Habeck wants to redefine the prosperity of Germans, 13 as ECB MULLS another interest rate hike
The picture that emerges from the ministry's data is mixed: after many years of upswing [read: trade surplus], Germany is doing well in the past decade, but prosperity is unequally distributed, economic momentum [read: perpetual "growth"] is low, and the goals for the energy transition are still a long way off .

Greens want to anchor sustainable [read: constant] thinking in economic activity

The annual prosperity report of the Greens was already presented during the opposition period and demands that in addition to material prosperity other factors such as [figurative] ecology, the social Situation® and the level of political participation [read: "politicization"] should be taken into account when assessing economic growth. With the assumption of government, Habeck would like to anchor this idea in everyday political life [read: "political participation"]. The problem, however, is that Germany still lacks sufficient data for a comprehensive picture. For years, German economists have lacked suitable data to draw a complete picture.

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by Cat on Fri Jan 13th, 2023 at 10:02:50 PM EST
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