Goldman Sachs Outlines Germany’s Key Challenges: Digitization, Green Transformation, Trade

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Sep.22 — Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says the longer-term challenges facing the new German government are modernization and digitization of the economy, the green transformation and trade. “The cost of red tape to the corporate sector is constantly increasing,” Goldman Sachs Germany CEO Wolfgang Fink said on Bloomberg Television. “So that’s certainly something very high on the agenda.” German voters go to the polls on Sept. 26.

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