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INVESTMENT
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INVEST IN GERMANY
Germany is the largest economy in Europe and the fourth-largest economy in the world. Driven by industrial production, the country is the third-largest exporter and maintains the highest trade surplus in the world. The country also houses nearly 40 of the world's 500 largest publicly-traded companies, which makes it an important country for international investors.

Germany's largest companies can be found in the DAX 30 Index, which is similar to the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the United States, and contains the 30 largest Germany companies by market capitalization trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The index contains some household names like Adidas AG, BASF SE, BMW AG, Bayer SE, Siemens AG, MAN SE, and many others.
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WHY GERMANY
Strong economy:
Germany has one of the most robust economies in the world, as the fourth largest in size and second largest in exports. In 2017, the country's gross domestic product (GDP) reached $3.65 trillion on a nominal basis.

Economy of Germany:
Germany's exports and imports rose to record highs last year, despite the broad growth of the global economy. Exports climbed by 6.3 percent to 1.28 trillion euros in 2017, while imports rose 8.3 percent to 1.03 trillion euros, according to the Federal Statistics Office. Due to stronger import growth, the trade surplus fell from € 244.9 billion in the previous year to € 244.9 billion. The strong growth of foreign trade underscores the dynamics of the global economy. Exports and imports steadily increased with countries inside and outside the EU bloc.

European Union membership:
Germany has benefited strongly from inclusion in the European Union, which has helped it become more competitive against not only other industrialized countries but also all other members of the Eurozone.

Workforce and taxes:
Germany's workforce is both highly educated and highly driven, as evidenced by higher education percentages and strike days per 1,000 inhabitants. And the country's unified tax code and business-friendly policies are also favorable.
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