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How can the German way of doing business influence other countries?
What is the Mittelstand business model's biggest challenge?
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Some of the world's most famous companies remain under the control of the families who set them up. We look at nine of the most successful.
It's a vital part of the German economy and a key reason for its corporate success story. But what does the term "Mittelstand" mean?
There are hopes that Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's proposed changes to the country's rigid labor market can help companies survive amid the downturn.
Americans don't have to look enviously across the Atlantic at Germany's mighty Mittelstand. Why?
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