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Why the advocates of a new state industrial policy are wrong

2021-06-19T12:51:42.112Z

The advocates of a new industrial policy see the state as the better inventor and want to give it more influence on the economy. You should know better than that.



Chancellor Angel Merkel, car manager (archive photo from 2019)

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