„What troubles me is that we will see in Germany no approximation of the East German income to the West German income anymore, because productivity stays so far behind.“

speech "The catch-up process of the East has gone to end in 1996 - What to do?" at the 10. May 2004 for the "Erfurt Dialogues", thueringen.de http://www.thueringen.de/de/tsk/veranstaltungen/dialog/archiv/schmidt/

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