Germany Decides: CEO Briefing

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Key business leaders and economic policy voices within Germany spoke to Bloomberg TV, on Wednesday September 15th, about what Merkel’s era meant for the country’s industry and what they expect are the economic challenges that will be facing her successor. The guests were Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing, SAP CEO Christian Klein, Siemens Energy Chairman Joe Kaeser and Prof Dr Veronika Grimm, from the German Council of Economic Experts.


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