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A new German era dawns, but collisions lie in wait for coalition

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The ‘traffic light’ parties all want progress but have different ideas about what that means on business and green issuesIn Unterleuten, a bestselling novel by the German novelist Juli Zeh, the inhabitants of a village outside Berlin are shocked to find out that a plot of land on their doorstep has been earmarked for a gigantic wind farm.
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A new German era dawns, but collisions lie in wait for coalition

The ‘traffic light’ parties all want progress but have different ideas about what that means on business and green issuesIn Unterleuten, a bestselling novel by the German novelist Juli Zeh, the inhabitants of a village outside Berlin are shocked to find out that a plot of land on their doorstep has been earmarked for a gigantic wind farm.One of the characters, a birdwatcher called Gerhard Fliess, knows what to do: he calls an old friend at the l…

9 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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