Commerzbank: Germany headed for West's sharpest downturn:

Germany's economy could contract as much as 7% this year, according to revised data by Germany's Commerzbank, a development that would mark the severest decline in any major Western economy. Jorg Kramer, the bank's chief economist, said the recent collapse in foreign industrial orders "compels us the make a massive downward revision to our economic outlook."

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