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With the war raging in Ukraine, Germany’s economic success model has come to an end. For decades, the domestic economy had benefited from cheap energy and globalisation. But not any more. The German economy is not just facing a hard winter, but also an extensive list of structural challenges. Germany is now paying the economic price for not reforming and investing enough in the recent past. And for excessive political naivety. It is probably the biggest economic challenge for Germany since the country’s reunification.

ING Chief Economist Carsten Brzeski gives an overview of the German economy’s biggest problems, but is also looking for a light at the end of the tunnel.

 

Program:

11:30 AM Doors open

12:00 PM Introduction by Carmen Boschmans, National Bank of Belgium

12:05 PM Presentation by Carsten Brzeski, Global Head of Macro for ING Research

Q & A

Drink offered by Belgian Financial Forum

 

Language: Presentation will be given in English. There will be no simultaneous translation.

 

 

Details

Start: September 26, 2022
12:00 PM
End: September 26, 2022
1:00 PM
Belgian Financial Forum

Auditorium National Bank of Belgium

Rue Montagne aux Herbes Potagères 61
1000 Brussels
Belgium

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