Gerrit Wiesmann

Financial Times

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Berlin correspondent for the Financial Times

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Last year, the center-right coalition of Chancellor Angela Merkel pushed an unpopular plan to extend the life of nuclear power.

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Last year, the center-right coalition of Chancellor Angela Merkel pushed an unpopular plan to extend the life of nuclear power.

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