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May 31, 1998

Push and pull

The German analyst association

It wasn't so long ago that sales figures and staffing levels were the only information German companies were willing to divulge. Now, as European monetary union approaches, globalization encroaches and the competition for capital intensifies, previously tight-lipped German companies are beginning to lay out the welcome mat to investment analysts, shareholders and even non-domestic investment bankers. Suddenly, Anglo-Saxon terms such as 'shareholder value' and 'restructuring' are making their

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