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BERLIN (Reuters) - The German economy will probably grow by around 2.25 percent in 2018, the president of the BDI industry association said on Thursday, adding that he did not see any real risk of overheating.
S. corporate tax rate to 21 percent from 35 percent. Kempf said that would "massively" increase tax competition.
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