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The chasm between poor and rich opens even more. The uncoupling of growth and quality of life on one side and productivity and work volumes on the other side make clear that "business-as-usual" leads to growing problems, not to a solution. Deregulation, flexibility and corporate tax evasion inflate the profits of a few.. The German GDP rose 300% between 1960 and 2005 with 20% fewer workers. Reuter pleas for reorienting economic policy with distribution justice instead of the illusion of permanent growth.
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